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Discover the ultimate dreamy date night venue situated at the top of the iconic Hippodrome Casino, a stone’s throw away from Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.
  • Dates 03/12/2020 - 03/12/2020
  • Location The Hippodrome Casino, Cranbourn Street, WC2H 7JH
  • Price £££
Tucked away at the top of the Hippodrome Casino, the Heliot Steak House is a must-visit for those looking to spoil loved ones silly.Rated as Bookatables Best London Steak House in 2018, dine in dreamy surrounds over-looking the casino floor below. There’s a sense of glitz and glamour as you enter the casino and make your way to the top floor. Walking by the bustling casino floor, absorb the entertainment of a traditional casino before taking your seat at the Heliot’s tables.Choose from a menu crafted by award-winning executive chef Ioannis Grammenos.Featuring more than just steak on the menu, dishes include fresh fish, succulent lamb, duck and pork dishes as well as an innovative range of vegetarian and vegan selections to satisfy every palate.Plus, discover six bars situated within the Hippodrome Casino. The Heliot Cocktail Bar is at the centre of casino with a drinks list offering everything from American beers to unique cocktails. The Cranbourn Bar, sited on the third floor adjacent to the all-new three-tier heated outside terrace.Whatever you decide, the Heliot a sweet dream to dine in. Open from 5-11pm Monday - Wednesday, and 1-11pm Thursday - Sunday.Make a reservation online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 0207 769 8844E: reservationist@hippodromecasino.com*Based inside a casino, the Heliot Steak House is strictly for over 18s only. The Hippodrome have enhanced health and safety measures in line with the latest government guidelines.

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