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The Iceberg Lounge is as cool as its name suggests

The restaurant is now open.

Londoners, buckle up because a frosty transformation is underway at a Park Row restaurant in Soho. Picture a bigger, bolder space that’s now a sprawling Japanese restaurant and bar, and it’s as cool as its name suggests — The Iceberg Lounge.

Now, for those not in the know, The Iceberg Lounge was the spot for none other than the infamous Penguin from Batman. Yeah, that’s right. This comic book haven was where Penguin liked to kick back, and now, more folks can get a taste of the action.

Located at 77 Brewer Street, The Iceberg Lounge is a whole experience. We’re talking a Champagne bar, a caviar and oyster bar, and yes, a roving martini trolley. It’s not your run-of-the-mill joint, it’s a grand spectacle that’s here to steal the show.

And that’s not all that’s changing here. The menu is getting a glow-up too, and who better to lead the charge than Executive Chef Raymond Steplin? Get ready for a culinary adventure through modern Japanese cuisine, including sushi, sashimi, kushiyaki skewers, tempura wonders, gyoza, and bao.

The Iceberg Lounge

Now, keeping it real with the Batman vibes, they’ve got dishes like Why So Serious! Gyoza Roulette and the Kiss from a Rose dessert. It’s a menu that’s got a touch of comic magic you won’t want to miss.

So, if you’re up for a night filled with cool vibes, immersive experiences, and a menu that will make your taste buds sing, head over to The Iceberg Lounge. This place will leave you saying, “I’ll be back for more!”

GO: Visit https://iceberglounge.co.uk for more information.

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Shaheera Anwar - Staff Writer
From a beautiful childhood in Riyadh to a calm and collected life in Dubai. When she's not busy penning her latest masterpiece, you can catch Shaheera lounging with her family or binging on the latest movies. And as a millennial, she's got her sights set on TikTok - hoping to go viral someday (fingers crossed).

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