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Place is very dirty and run down. Quilty of people wore very poor. As I was getting changed one of the staff came up to me and asked where I was from I told him then he started copping my accent. Stay very clear of...More
On arrival to Chariots we were greeted with a security guard frisking us both who then discarded us of our poppers and tobacco, the guy behind the bar wasn't very friendly and didn't seem to answer our questions in great detail. All we got was...More
I stumbled across Chariots after a couple of glasses of my fav tipple, Sherry, on a late and lonely Friday night. The formidable receptionist Pedro was very welcoming and made me feel at home. Lovely staff, lovely customers and amazing facilities. Needless to say by...More
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The western front of the edgy East End, Shoreditch is a perennially trendy haven for anything “street” – be it art, food, or fashion. With its handful of well connected transportation links dotting its perimeter, along with an ever increasing variety of shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it's easy to explore this trend-conscious and youth-oriented neighbourhood. There's a lingering post-industrial grit about
Shoreditch, but because it shares a border with “The City” financial district, the influence from its upscale neighbour can result in fascinating outcomes.