Set in the excellent Harvey Nicholsí food hall you'd half expect this restaurant to be canteen in style but the Harvey Nichols diner is a cool place to take some time out, clean and stylish - the atmosphere is chic, with excellent and friendly staff. You access the restaurant through the store using the express lift. Why not make use of the excellent bar before you eat for an aperatif.
Modelling the modern look, the interior is an ode to the early 20th Century Constructivist art movement. Sharp-angled graphic murals and seductive svelte leather banquettes snake the surrounding walls while the signature Fifth Floor central island bar will display a steel construction adorned with glass bottles.
In the corner of the bar will be an intimate 'Toasting Room' for eight people, housed in a striking red glass pod. The room pays tribute to one of the most sociable Russian cultural traditions, vodka toasting, allowing guests to taste the food and spirit together which makes for an authentic gastronomic experience.
Under the creative eye of drinks guru, Nick Strangeway, the Fifth Floor Bar will play on classic cocktails, reinterpreting them using modern technology and molecular mixology.
The famous Fifth Floor cocktail and champagne menu will be available to customers, alongside a new range of house infused Stolichnaya vodkas and a delicious range of traditional Russian zakuski (little bites), created by our Executive Chef Jonas Karlsson.
Whether vodka, wine or bubbly is the preferred tipple, guests will be able to indulge for longer as the new Fifth Floor Bar is open until 1am.