Long Bar at Sanderson

Sanderson London, The Sanderson Hotel, 50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG View on map

Opening hours

Sunday: 11:00 - 22:30
Monday: 11:00 - 01:00
Tuesday: 11:00 - 01:00
Wednesday: 11:00 - 01:00
Thursday: 11:00 - 01:00
Friday: 11:00 - 02:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 02:00

Nearest Station

Oxford Circus

020 7300 5588

About us

At some 80-feet in length, Sanderson’s dramatic, glowing onyx Long Bar has been remodelled with nature in mind, dripping with climbing vines, hanging plants and decadent floral displays, creating a mesmerising focal attraction at Sanderson. Renowned for it’s delectable cocktails, Sanderson is delighted to introduce “Signature Cocktails” - the exciting launch of Long Bar’s cutting-edge menu. With sbe’s core values at the forefront of the creation of their latest concept, the exciting new menu is an exploration of Authenticity, Innovation, Mastery and Sophistication. In addition, guests can sit and savour “Sanderson Classics” - the complete collection of Sanderson’s all time favourite cocktails. From Deluxe Mojitos to Jasmine Margaritas, this tempting range of classic cocktails are perfect to enjoy in one of London’s most opulent locations. Guests can also enjoy a wide selection of small plates and bigger bites from the light, white and airy surroundings. Either sit around the bar people-watching or relax in the sanctuary of the Courtyard Garden sipping Champagne. The bar comes to life throughout the week with DJ’s and events bringing the ambience to the table. Kick the first Wednesday of every month off with Sanderson Sessions with live music from Monroe. Followed by some soulful house and groove by DJ Ed Adoo on the third Wednesday of every month. Heading into mid-week with Do Not Disturb by Kevin O’Leary on Thursday nights, full of funky house and classics. Then dance the weekend away with our uplifting house and classics DJ residencies on Friday and Saturday until the early hours.

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4 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Mad Hatters tea was a great experience. Lovely courtyard setting with Flamingos and water features. Very busy so booking is essential. Great for groups or couples. Fabulous good, great selection of savoury bites and sandwiches and cakes were to die for. The tea selection is based on character's from Alice in wonderland and were superb. One of my favourite afternoon tea's in London!

Sarah Turner
Sarah Turner

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Went today for the mad hatters afternoon tea and it was amazing!! From the minute we entered the hotel the lovely man on the door greeted us and was very helpful to the waiter and waitress serving us that were so attentive!! Food was fabulous and service was superb!! Such good value and a wonderful experience.

Samantha McHarg-Whyatt
Samantha McHarg-Whyatt

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Mid week shambles

What I can only describe as a utter mess.

We booked a table for a birthday dinner - they had a special offer for 50% off food for showcasing a new chef. My view based on all elements:

The venue - really lovely vibe but very cold. It was warmer outside. We asked the waitress to address the temperature. Nothing happened.

The staff - not sure what they were doing too be honest. There was so many of them yet it took us 30 mins to get a spirits menu and forever for our drinks to even turn up. The only beverage menu they provide is wine and cocktails. The waitress couldn't tell you what dishes had dairy or what dishes didn't (the menu had about 8 starters and main courses). When I placed my order for fillet, she didn't bother asking how I wanted my meat cooked??? Definitely some training needed I feel.

The food - well. what a mess. Everything was absolutely drenched in salt.
Starters were - octopus and burrata - both were so so salty. The octopus was overcooked, salty, burnt and cold.

For main course I had fillet steak - which basically was rare (not medium rare which I ordered). It was cold and salty.

We also had the sea bass and the cod - both were cold and salty.

We ordered the steamed veg which was also cold, when we asked to have some warm veg they put the veg in the microwave and sent it back.

We got to the point where we were really disappointed with cold, salty, overcooked food. We told the waitress and the manager came over and insisted all the food was recooked. And no surprise here - the food came back on a warmer plate....however it was luke warm and salty.

What a mess. Considering this was supposedly profiling a new chef it was pretty terrible.

All we got offered was a free drinks round and I wasn't even drinking.

Lack luster staff. Busy doing nothing. Pretty awful food. 5* star hotel. I can without a doubt say we will not be going back.

Connie Kerali
Connie Kerali

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Very slow service even though it wasn’t that busy. Lukewarm risotto that was undercooked. Poor value for money. I won’t be returning.

Bradley Dennis
Bradley Dennis

3 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Amazing risotto, but the tian was just sloppy and greasy. Disgusting. Drinks very overpriced. However nice decor.

Sanderson London, The Sanderson Hotel, 50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG View on map

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