Wine Bars in London
105-109 The Broadway
Once upon a time Bar Sia was a Turkish Baths. Downstairs they've even converted the baths into a romantic little multi levelled seating affair. Despite all the tiles and lack of windows it is actually very comfortable. Upstairs on ground level the bar is a lot more of what you would expect. A clean, modern place filled with comfy leather seats and well veneered tables. The drinks are over-priced but that's what comes a place with such lofty thoughts of itself. The patrons tend to the be young, wannabe trendies â€“not actually trendies because such reckless slaves to fashion couldn't afford to drink in here. It's an alright place, this. Worth having a half in.
A User - 04/08/2008 | report this review
I like this place, local to me in wimbledon, always have the football on and friendly staff and good atmosphere. Look out for the old orgy swimming pool in the basement (not sure what thats about).
Phil Geraghty - 24/05/2008 | report this review
IF you are a regular of Wimbledon, you'll know you are not spoilt for quality late night venues... this is open til 3 on Friday and Saturdays and 2 on a Sunday!Bar Sia is deceptive in the sense that when you look from outside, you think its a split level little bar - where as in fact its a 2 floored aladins cave, with DJ's on each floor over the weekend and its unusal decor as it was originally a turkish bath.Staff are very friendly, drinks are reasonable and the music is mainly house, although there is often a good event called Soul shakers which does a variety of house, soul, funk and and good beats - worth a visit alone!
A User - 10/11/2007 | report this review
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