In Pascale, pick a pew overlooking the open kitchen to spy the chefs at work. In Hot Sauce, do the same at the bar to marvel at the mixologists.
All-black for effortless Parisian elegance in Pascale; and anything goes in Hot Sauce – full Harajuku-style won’t raise any eyebrows.
There are two: Pascale and Hot Sauce. The former takes its Parisian-style cue from the building’s cinema heritage, with dimmed lights, blue carpets and plush seats, and offers Asian-fusion dishes. Breakfast is also served here – guests can expect flavours from around the world, including Levantine shakshuka, Indonesian nasi goreng and a full English cooked on a wood fire, with bratwurst, chorizo, asparagus and sourdough. In Hot Sauce, red-neon lights and black bricks give the city’s party crowd a cool, club-like playground; they flock here after dark for Japanese-Korean dishes, including steamed bao buns and tempura curry.
The bar in Pascale showcases similar Gallic charm, with a wall of artfully positioned plates, a soundtrack of French hip-hop and hundreds of spirits suspended above the counter – all the more helpful for crafting unique cocktails, such as the Oaked QT Old Fashioned or pineapple and sage Caipirinha. There’s also a green-tiled bar up on the roof, with illuminated tables out on the decking and an excellent G&T selection.
Breakfast is served in Pascale from 6.30am until 11am. Lunch is on offer between noon and 2.30pm; and dinner is 6pm until 11pm. Hot Sauce is only open for dinner, between 4.30pm and 2am. The bar calls time at midnight (1am up on the rooftop).
A selection of food is available on speed-dial 24/7.