Mayfair’s Sexy Fish is known for its weird and wonderful style – but its new immersive dining experience takes things to a new level. If you’re looking for a quiet dinner out, this isn’t the place for you: during each meal, guests will be treated to performances from an array of whimsical acrobats, dancers and vocal artists, with elaborately dressed characters transporting diners underwater. Each dinner will also feature performances from the likes of Maya Jama, DJ Malik and American hip hop artist Eve, alongside music from the Sexy Fish orchestra, drummers and saxophonists.
But fear not: all this does not come at the expense of the food. The culinary team will be putting on an Asian feast to remember, to be enjoyed with special cocktails devised by The House of Suntory, mixed with preminum Japanese spirits Haku vodka, Roku gin and Toki whisky.
The Sexy SEAries, running in partnership with The House of Suntory, is a celebration for the iconic restaurant’s fourth birthday. Arguably the city’s most flamboyant restaurant, Sexy Fish is a sight to behold. Apparently it cost £15 million to produce – which won’t come as a surprise to anyone who has stepped inside. With bronze Damien Hirst-designed bronze mermaids adorning the bar, a coral reef ceiling, a giant gold-plated crocodile on display and walls running with water, the space feels like some kind of mystical, underwater-inspired wonderland. And to take things even further, the private dining room boasts its own real-life aquarium. Prepare to be dazzled!
Sexy Fish, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR
No need to book a ticket or pay a premium – just book a table by calling 020 3764 2000 or at sexyfish.com