This decadent Bloomsbury den – all low lighting and red velvet drapes – offers three courses and a sassy show at regular night Baby Grand Burlesque for £67 (next on June 11). Proper grub too (sirloin, lamb rump, etc).
Cafe de Paris
A historic slice of old-world glamour in Piccadilly (it first opened in 1924), Saturdays host The Wam Bam Club, where comedy, magic, music and burlesque take centre stage (£35 for the show, £70 with a two-course meal).
Burlesque star Kitty Bang Bang (The Hurly Burly Show) and cabaret producer Bioux Lee Hayes (Boom Boom Club) host this exotic late-night cabaret show (£10+), with pre- or post-show dinner in the Heliot restaurant.
Photos: Mikael Jaeger Jensen