CAMPAIGN DIARY: Blue Angel bar lays on tasty titbits for diners

Forget Marco Pierre White’s new restaurant, Titanic. We’ve found a great eating place for anyone still looking for a venue for their Christmas lunch.

Forget Marco Pierre White’s new restaurant, Titanic. We’ve found a

great eating place for anyone still looking for a venue for their

Christmas lunch.



While browsing through this month’s issue of Punch, we came across an ad

for the Blue Angel, the hostess bar which will now be imprinted on the

minds of the ex-Tony Kaye Films’ employees, David Wardlaw, Graham Collis

and Stephen Lepley.



Some of you may, like us, have assumed that the Angel bar was open only

for, erm, lap-dancing - but no. Bookings for lunch and dinner can be

made, although a pounds 10 entrance fee is charged for non-members.



We’ve been trying to find out about the menu, but to no avail. So we’d

be very interested in anyone who can provide details of what’s on

offer.



The same goes for details of anyone who’s a member.



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