Its Rude to Stare says: If you've not explored The Ned in the heart of the City then you must.
On walking in, the scale of the place is guaranteed to shock you into a silent state of awe.
The former bank has undergone the ultimate makeover in the hands of Soho House stalwart Nick Jones, in collaboration with the supremely slick New York-based hotel group, Sydell.
Skillet and Shutterbug says: The bank building dates back to the 1920s. To honour its Grade I listing status, all the original features have been preserved beautifully. The 3000m² lobby has impossibly high ceilings, 92 African emerald green verdite columns, and walnut countertops separating 9 stylish restaurants. A photographer's dream. And a foodie's one. read more
The Foodie Diaries says: Each poke bowl was a veritable flavour-bomb – chock-full of vivid colours and slick textures, heartily assembled on a bed of Japanese rice. We mixed it all together… and were surprised to still distinguish the distinctive elements, each playing its own note on our palate – right down to the faintest hint of amaranth in my vegetarian-friendly Rainbow bowl. read more
Time Out says: At the more muted rear of the flashy Ned hotel's ground floor mecca to eating you'll find a bit of trend-box ticking in Kaia. It's a poké bar you see, and it's not the Soho House group's first foray into the fashionable Hawaiian bowl food. read more