That being said, the décor remains most stylish. It is intimate and quite clever as the little corners that each table has give you some privacy. The only disturbing thing are the chains that adorn the ceilings, possibly hinting at other. Looking at the crowd of fashionable people that hangs out here, this is just the kind of style they love. There is a vibe to the place that is definitely not the same as in the Coburg bar. Things here are more edgy, less formal perhaps. In that respect the designers really did a good job and created one of the coolest bars in this former bastion of tradition.
But apart from that the cocktails are taken
very seriously here. Every guest for instance is invited to an amuse-bouche cocktail. A tiny drink that changes daily and is a rather nice
gesture. The martinis are the speciality here and are prepared by the barman on
his trolly at your table, turning your drink into a little show that has plenty
of charm. For those who prefer bubbles or wine, there is a wide selection of
Krug, Salon, first growth claret at the most silly prices imaginable.
Thus, one can say the following about this bar. It does what it does very well, but it feels cool and therewith very different from the Coburg bar. It is a great place for a drink with friends, but if you want to have a more refined experience, go across the lobby and you will see what the difference is like.