Share this:

" /> drop the beat and dance – Basement Sate – The Food Connoisseur

drop the beat and dance – Basement Sate

A brand new bar has landed in Soho. Instead of savoury snacks from the bar it’s swapped with beautifully made desserts. Cocktails and desserts! Yes please! Basement Sate is one of a kind in London. Brought to you by co-owner Cathleen McGarry of Sherry Butt Paris. The selection of desserts is priced from £8-£13 opening until the hours of 1am.

McGarry Entertaiment Vol1_2

Walking downstairs towards the basement bar, it’s dimly lit with dark oak colours and furnishings. Once the music drops a beat you want to start dancing, blasting dance/trip hop, nu jazz/deep house from the speakers. I didn’t quite get the secluded area at the back but if you need the privacy it’s there.

London-Brest

Attending the opening night I was treated to confectionary bite size masterpieces. Superbly done, the mini mille-feuille chocolat was velvety smooth chocolate, with a mouse texture, with plenty of the cocoa concentration. The desserts are designed to compliment the house cocktail creations.

arboricultursit

The cocktails conjured by the masters suited the desserts very well, arboricultursit is my match made in heaven. I found myself chewing on the sweet cinnamon barks, floating on top of my drink.

 

Basement Sate

8 Broadwick Street

London

W1F 8HN

 

Opening Hours

Tuesday – Saturday, 5pm – 1.30am

http://www.basementsate.com

Basement Sate on Urbanspoon

Square Meal

lebinh

Owner and author for The Food Connoisseur, foodie enthusiast & tea lady

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.