National Liberal Club

Whitehall Place, Westminster, London

National Liberal Club
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8/10 from 2 user reviews
National Liberal Club, exterior picture

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Address: Whitehall Place
Westminster
London
SW1A 2HE
Map:Map & nearby
Venue Type:Private Clubs
Region:Westminster
Nearest Station:Embankment
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The Latest User Reviews of National Liberal Club


User Rating: 10 / 10
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abitliberal
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Member since: Sep 2007
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I agree with Liberal’s post that the Club is excellent. The building is a Victorian masterpiece designed Alfred Waterhouse who was also responsible for the Natural History Museum. The Smoking Room (now sadly non smoking….), Dining Room and Bar are Victorian masterpieces and must be the most impressive in London Clubland. The Chef seems to use only the finest ingredients particularly if you like red meat. Service is friendly so long as you are not caught using a mobile ‘phone. A strictly enforced dress code ensures the elegance of the place is not offset by the presence of scruffy people – marvellous!

Certainly worth a 10 star rating!

User Rating: 5 / 10
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liberal
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Member since: Mar 2006
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An excellent venue. The food is by far the best of any club, indeed the Head Chef is rated the best of London's gentlemen's clubs. The overall decor is very grand late-Victorian, making this one of the larger and more elaborate clubs to dine in. The dining room is an amazing oak-panelled relic lined with pictures and busts of Gladstone, overlooking the Thames. The bar and smoking room look stunning, and are perfect for drinks before and afterwards. The food is a reasonable price (c.£30-40 for 3 courses), and the Chateaubriand Vert Pré is definitely worth a try. The only downside is that the bar can be a bit dear, but no more so than many trendy central London bars.

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