Pix Confessional Cocktail Club

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14 reviews
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£25 and under
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Tapas / Small Plates


Behind a secret door, buried deep within the foundations of an ancient church, lies the Confessional Cocktail Club. A dark, mystical space haunted by an alluring blend of whispers and spirits – it’s truly a home for cads and conspirators. Opening Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 7:00pm – 12:00 am. Reservation duration: 90 minutes. If not dining at Pix, loaves and fishes will be provided at a cost of £7.50 per person. This is a requirement of our divine ordination (& the licensing authority).
Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Tapas / Small Plates
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Hours of Operation
Open Wednesday - Saturday - 19:00-00:00
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Phone number
020 7727 6978
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Payment Options
MasterCard, Visa
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Dress Code
Smart Casual
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Public Transit
Ladbroke Grove is the nearest underground station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge
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4 reviews
Dined on 22 March 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Once again amazing food and drinks and the confession room was epic

1 review
Dined on 15 December 2018
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Have to check it out, coolest bar in london. Perfect for a couple mates for intimate but sick vibes and dope Drinks

2 reviews
Dined on 29 April 2017
Overall 3food 3service 1ambience 4

Nice cocktails, but service was very slow. It took 90 mins to get 2 rounds of cocktails.

3 reviews
Dined on 22 April 2017
Overall 3food 2service 5ambience 5

Met for a birthday celebration and had never visited Pix before. Was impressed with the concept of the Confessional Club but, as were 8 of us, it was not really made clear how cramped it would be in the booth which only really accommodates 6 maximum.
Nevertheless, service and ambience was great and we were well looked after.

Overall a great experience!

1 review
Dined on 4 February 2017
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Daniel was a fantastic host! We will be back again.

2 reviews
Dined on 28 October 2016
Overall 4food 2service 3ambience 5

I was a bit disappointed, the waiter wasn't dressed as a priest, especially on Halloween weekend. And you couldn't order food, you had to go upstairs. I think they're changing this in the next few weeks. The service was a bit slow, but when you can't see anyone else it's hard to judge how busy the place is.

Overall I had a great time, it's brilliant place if you want a cocktail and a chat.
Also note on the website it said booking were for 90 minutes and if you booked from 9:30 onward, and you would have the table for the rest of the night.
But on the night we were told we only had the table for 60 minutes, however since they didn't have anymore bookings,they did let us stay til closing anyway.

6 reviews
Dined on 1 October 2016
Overall 4food 3service 5ambience 4

Always a pleasure to have dinner here ! The staff is lovely, the food is good, the ambiance is nice !

6 reviews
Dined on 24 October 2015
Overall 4food 5service 3ambience 4

A lovely little area beneath the much busier Pix bar - I guess not a lot of people know it exists. The music in the confessionals is great and very different from that played upstairs.

Food is great, a platter at £7.50 per person is very good value, especially in London. The cocktails are at London prices but still reasonable value. Service was a *touch* slow given the 90 minute slots they offer, which is a tiny bit frustrating.

If you'd like privacy, some nice drinks and good food, you'd find it hard to beat Pix.

169 reviews
Dined on 16 May 2015
Overall 4food 3service 3ambience 5

We ate dinner in one of the "confessional" booths - very cool idea! Menus inside hollowed-out bibles and the "father" makes you cocktails. there isn't much food choice, just some sharing tapas plates which are fine. It's more of a drinks and nibbles venue but I would come again for the cool vibe.

5 reviews
Dined on 17 April 2015
Overall 5food 4service 4ambience 5

Great place to meet and enjoy with friends.

1 review
Dined on 21 February 2015
Overall 5food 4service 5ambience 5

Eccentric and different theme that all my friends and I absolutely loved. Excellent food and drinks. One to visit when in London / Notting Hill! One of my new favorite London haunts.

1 review
Dined on 22 November 2014
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

So glad we found this place. We live locally and wanted take friends that were visiting somewhere unique. Couldn't fault the cocktails and small plates, service was also on point. Great to get drinks at the push of a button from the privacy of our very own booth! A must see!

4 reviews
Dined on 21 November 2014
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

What a find! After hearing great things we decided to head down to Pix and have birthday cocktails in their 'Confessionals' , hidden behind a mirrored door below the restaurant -we were greeted by a mysterious Priest! He led us down a dark passage way to our private booth. Was a great experience, and highly recommended. I always struggled to find an alternative in the Notting Hill area. We will be back!

9 reviews
Dined on 7 November 2014
Overall 3food 3service 4ambience 3

Great drinks, food and staff - the confessions box is really fun - made the night different and memorable