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My French friend suggested we meet at the Bar Kleber for a drink. Arriving first, I ordered a bottle of champagne. The server brought the champagne, poured me a glass and then placed it in a bucket..... more »
My girlfriend and I travel the world often and frequently visit Ritz, Peninsula, St Regis and a myriad of other up-market properties during our travels. I work for a large commercial airline and she.... more »
Lovely evening at the Bar Kléber What's more amazing than an historic bar within an historic palace? After passing the bright and luminous grand lobby of the Péninsula, you may reach a contrasting rich, luxurious wooden, golden and ornamented décor. With the addition of the lovely covered terrace that stretches along the imposing entrance to the hotel, this is the fundamental sophisticated and cozy ambiance that awaits you at the Bar Kléber. Although it makes pictures quite a challenge, the dim lights really brings the mood to a chill and pleasant character. After a discreet welcome during an already advanced night, I was seated in the corner leather chair with full view on the bar action and the two majestic and gigantic albino peacock paintings, I hope it was intended as a nice wink to the other rooftop restaurant-bar called L'oiseau blanc. I definitely saw it as such. However, like other of my usual highly specific and odd questions, I was left unanswered. The only time we were addressed was for taking our order. The rest of the time, the staff was swirling and posing behind the bar. As professional as they were, I wish I could've been introduced to the head bartender or bar manager. I wish I could've found out if they truly use the Champagne Deutz special edition specially made for the Peninsula, the inspiration behind the cocktails or what was their favourite thing about the bar, for example. I understand a distant and inconspicuous service approach is a talent and advantage in many cases, but i'm more curious than normal people. In any case, we had a great time and great cocktails. The cocktails list is quite classic and classy in style with intricate combination of standard alcohol with fresh ingredients. I especially liked the Pen Fizz #2 (Timul pepper infused vodka, lychee, rose and raspberry cordial and of course Champagne). They were all fun and definitely tasteful. What a great way and place to meaningfully spend the evening.
Service was not so fast. We got first the food and 5 minutes later the drinks (wine and water). Food was OK. The toilet was really dirty.
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