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Panda & Sons

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merchy14 wrote a review Sep 6
Swindon, United Kingdom39 contributions7 helpful votes
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Me and my partner planed a trip to Edinburgh for her birthday and this speak easy was always on my must to do list !! You should always book a head as it's very popular spot ! But they do walk in tables if your lucky and in our case we was its 1000% worth the trip extravagant cocktails with a secretive underground vibe! Couldn't recommend enough great staff
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Vicky wrote a review Sep 4
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We visited Panda and Sons whilst visiting Edinburgh for a few days travelling up from Manchester. We researched a few bars and decided to visit here due to reviews we had read. However, we left feeling extremely disappointed. On arrival we were asked to sit in a corner on extremely uncomfortable high chairs which rocked due to not being flat and steady on the ground, therefore had to request a move to a lower table. The drinks were very expensive for what they were, very small and out dated. The margherita style glass was an absolute joke and one drink had an ice cube that big in it we got about 4 sips of drink from it. The place was dark and dingy and looked like it needed a revamp. Compared to other cocktail bars we have recently visited, we were shocked that a place could serve drinks to this low standard and be so expensive at the same time. However, the plus side was the staff were really polite and attentive and a credit to the place.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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dizzyb3 wrote a review Aug 2020
uk954 contributions177 helpful votes
So pleased we'd booked ahead when we saw others being turned away. We only had time for one cocktail each but they were certainly good ones! Well worth a visit to this quirky little speak easy!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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cambodia126 wrote a review Aug 2020
Reading, United Kingdom16 contributions10 helpful votes
The outside of the bar is very small and also deceiving as it’s labelled as a barber shop but once you’re inside it’s a large area. The staff were great and very helpful in helping what cocktails to choose especially with the limited menu they had on! Only problem was I wasn’t a massive fan of the cocktails and they were quite small for the price paid.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Join the Campbells wrote a review Aug 2020
Perth, United Kingdom26 contributions1 helpful vote
Loved this place, we visited this bar on a Topjaw recommendation and were not disappointed. Once past the Barber shop exterior and down the stairs you enter into a bar that looks and smells like it is directly from prohibition times, the décor is then punctuated by pictures of pandas on the walls. We order a couple of drinks from the cocktail menu, one of which was the birdcage. Whisky, Aperol and Angostura bitters, smoked in Cinnamon and cloves and very theatrically presented. This could well be our new favourite Edinburgh bar, we will be back.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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