New food and drink menu at Circus

New and exciting dishes have been added to the menu at London’s cabaret restaurant, Circus.

The popular Pan Asian dinner menu at Circus is constantly being updated and has been created by executive chef Andrew Lassiter.

Designed for sharing, Circus favourites include the Lobster Tempura, Black Cod and Prawn Dumplings, Yellow Tail Sashimi and Wagyu Beef Sirloin served with shitake mushroom, asparagus and caramel soy.

Guests can enjoy signature cocktails including the Beast of Byakko: a fresh juice blend of guava, papaya, peach and mango, Havana Anejo Especial, Jamaican rum and activated Charcoal powder which helps with digestion. Or there’s the circus inspired The Carousel, which is made with toffee apple and cherry sorbet, Martel VSOP, Bold Cherry, homemade dark Morrelo cherry sorbet, lemon juice, grapefruit juice, peach liqueur and alcoholic cotton-candy.

Circus first opened its doors to the public in 2009, and has since enjoyed a reputation as one of London’s popular venues for live cabaret entertainment and upmarket dining. Located in Covent Garden, Circus offers the liveliness and theatrics of a circus performance combined with acrobatic performers who entertain dinner guests upon a central stage table.

Hidden behind an unmarked black steel door, the venue invites guests to take a peek inside a secret underground world of eccentric entertainment. Once inside, the open-plan interior design provides a Circus-inspired fantasy world where visitors can spot the bespoke hand-carved elephant sculpture by the bar or the tiny tightrope walkers on the ceiling.

Viitors can enjoy performances nightly from Tuesday through to Saturday with acts including aerialists Katherine Arnold (London 2012 Opening Ceremony and The X Factor and phenomenal acrobatic duo Edward Upcott (Game of Thrones stuntman) and Doug Fordyce (winning Britain’s Got Talent 2010 alongside Edward and featured on BBC’s Tumble).

The eccentric party atmosphere at Circus, sophisticated food, and exclusive entrance has attracted A-list celebrities including Kate Moss, Paloma Faith, Cara Delevingne, Katy Perry and Elle McPherson to name just a few.

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