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Customer reviews for Aura Kitchen And Bar, Green Park

Aura Kitchen And Bar

48-49 St James's Street, London

5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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5 out of 5
Leanne Lewis
Sunday, November 14, 2004

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The food was gorgeous, beautifully presented and mouthwateringly good!! The service was excellent and made you feel very at home. The atmosphere was also really chilled and the music and silent 'Charlie Chaplin' movies projected behind the bar added a nice touch. The more relaxed we became however did mean that we spent a little more than we usually would but it was all worth it - money well spent! A really entertaining night!

5 out of 5
Tuesday, August 17, 2004

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What a place - a great meal with Tempura Oysters (a must!!!) followed by swordfish (10/10) and a white choc mousse - after dinner the tables retract to coffee table height and the dancing starts - we left at about 2am and there were still people trying to get in...

For celeb spotters, Kate Moss and Chandler from friends where there when we were!

4 out of 5
Monday, April 05, 2004

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As soon as I entered in I was taken aback by the decor and the layout.   Absolutely stunning.

The staff were very friendly and incredibly attentive.  Considering the venue and crowsd I thought they would be very snotty but they weren't at all in real life.  A real credit to the management. 

The food itself was very good although I would call it borderline value for money.  I think perhaps trying to squeeze aperiftif, 4 courses in and then coffee in the 2.5 hours before the kitchen shut was our downfall as I don't think we had sufficient time to rest in between courses which meant we didn't savour it as much as we should have done.  I would suggest arriving fairly early if you want a full dinner although when we got there at 8.30 it was dead but within 20 minutes it started to full up.

I would definitely recommend the Tempura Oysters and if there is one thing you must try is the White Chocolate and Marscapone Mousse.  Out of this world!

Overally I  had a lovely romantic evening in there.