Novikov Restaurant, Mayfair

50A Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1
TEL: +44 20 7399 4330
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Food Specialty : Asian

 

Let's find out why Novikov is the current "in" restaurant with so many of AProv elite London escorts.

Novikov is an a luxurious restaurant located in the heart of Mayfair, London W1. The restaurant provides you and AProv escort a variety of high class Asian cuisines in a very chic and contemporary setting, with great people watching always on offer. And I expect most people will be looking at you, and wondering who on earth that beautiful girl is setting across the table from you. While the main dish served at Novikov is Asian, the restaurant also provides Italian for lunch or dinner in it's second restaurant (all under one roof) . On the Asian menu is a variety of seafood, ranging from baby squid, frog legs, calamari and a selection of deluxe caviar. The Italian menu offers a selection of mozzarella, Spanish charcuterie, salads, and aged Parma ham.

The Novikov has an open kitchen, so you can watch your food being prepared

The average price for three courses and wine is about £85, depending on what you and your AProv escort order.

The restaurant also offers the Novikov Lounge Bar, where you can listen to a selection of DJ’s and enjoy a deluxe meal, while staring into the eyes of your sparkling new girlfriend. DJ La Plage, DJ Eren, DJ Spencer Mac, and DJ Sally Kettle are only a few of the professional and high class DJ’s offered by the restaurant. DJ La Plage is a DJ who has been professionally directing and programming music for over 25 years at various events and concerts. DJ Eren has also been performing for over 25 years, and has appeared at major events such as Glastonbury and the Radio 1 stage.

Trip Advisor give the Novikov 4 stars from way over two thousand restaurant reviews, and a same rating from the earnest Google reviewers. We love the Novikov no end, and our escorts love it too, so treat you and your dinner date to a wonderful meal to start the evening off with a fabulous experience.

 

 

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