The Manchester fave, which also boasts locations in Liverpool and Birmingham, is coming down south for its fourth site

Running as a cook haus, bier palace and music hall, Albert’s Schloss has been delivering night after night of fun up north, and soon Londoners will be getting a piece of the action as it comes down south to the capital. The fourth Albert’s Schloss will be taking over the Jungle Cave site (which used to be the Rainforest Cafe) at the Trocadero, turning the 18,000 sq ft space into the ultimate place for a bohemian night out.

The London Albert’s Schloss will feature 500 covers for dining, with Alpine dishes like fondue, schnitzel and bratwurst on the menu; four bars over 45-metres long; tankards of the best European beers; a bakery; an artisan schnapps experience; and Ludwig’s Tavern, where you’ll be able to play games like shuffleboard. There’ll also be live entertainment every day of the week. There’ll also be live entertainment every day of the week, with bands, cabaret performers, gospel choirs and more taking to the stage. Ready for a big night out? Sadly you’ll have to wait until next spring to get the beers in.

Opens spring 2024
 20-24 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 7EU