Neverland London transports you to Japan this Spring. Their Little Kyoto pop up brings you all the beauty and magic of the Springtime Japan.
Pagoda – Photo: Urban Adventurer
Blooming cherry blossoms, paper lanterns, sake bar and limited-edition cocktails bring the spirit of Asia to us from February to April in one of London’s most Instagrammable venues, Neverland.
Book your table in a heated Japanese Pagoda, Ryokan Cabins or Blossom Igloos and take a culinary journey to Japan.
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Torii Gates Archway – Photo: Urban Adventurer
Your experience starts immediately on your arrival. You’ll walk through the atmospheric Torii gate archway that leads you to the reception. After checking in, you’ll find yourself in a huge blossom filled pagoda with cosy sofas and fluffy cushions.
Although, the venue is semi-open, you don’t have to worry about the cold as every table comes with its own heater.
From the pagoda, you can walk through the bamboo tent to the bonsai garden dotted with aesthetic blossom igloos.
Sake Bar – Photo: Urban Adventurer
Why not sit for a drink in one of the Sake bar’s cute cabins lit by eccentric neon lights?
Asian Inspired Menu
Photo: Urban Adventurer
To celebrate Japanese Sakura season, Neverland Little Kyoto pop up has its Asian inspired menu with food and drink.
‘Purple Rain – Colour-Changing Cocktail – Photo: Urban Adventurer
They have limited-edition cocktails and mocktails, such as Yuzu Martini, Midori Sour, Cherry Blossom, Lychee Orange Blossom and a colour-changing cocktail, ‘Purple Rain’.
They have gyoza, bao buns, tempura king prawns and even Asian inspired pizza on their menu.
Neverland changes the theme of their venue every season. This Japanese theme will be there for you to enjoy until the 1st of April. After that it will transform into a Summer Beach Club with sandy beach, beach bubbles and huts.
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