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A night to remember… Savanna Nights at Sumosan Twiga

From the depths of the forests to the sprawling grasslands, the Savanna is calling…

Known for its glamorous and vibrant parties, Sumosan Twiga is bringing a taste of the wilderness to Knightsbridge during the Jubilee weekend with its second edition of Savanna Night on Friday, 3rd of June. Not just a celebration for this weekend, every first Friday of the month will now be a night to remember with Sumosan Twiga’s Savanna Nights!

Celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee – and getting four days off! – by getting lost in a night of untamed entertainment, incredible music and breath-taking dancing. Sumosan Twiga, the chic Sloane Street eatery renowned for its luxurious menu offering curated by Chef Alessandro Scala boasting both Japanese and Italian influences, is opening its club room for you to tap into your primal side and enjoy one of the most incredible party in town.

Renowned for its premium party and celebrity-spotting reputation on the London nightlife scene, the club at Sumosan Twiga has offered many in the past a late-evening sanctuary – the perfect spot for a night on the tiles with friends with just the finest crafted cocktails, tunes from resident DJ and world class artists.

For Savanna Night, picture yourself surrounded by vines in a warm amber hue as you are greeted by torches, lighting the way to get lost in wild excitement. From the special bongo musician to the talented dancers taking over, you are in for a treat.

This urban safari also includes some upbeat and energetic Afro House music provided by top club performer DJ Jojo ready to see you dance the night away.

But this is not all! For those looking for sustenance before the main event, look no further than the beautiful dining room and tuck into the many delicious options on hand – will you go twiga style with beef carpaccio and lobster paccheri, or go full sumosan with black cod miso and prawn tempura maki rolls. Why not try both?

Sumosan Twiga also boasts an elegant cocktail bar where skilled mixologists await, concocting signature cocktails from the ever-evolving drinks menu – why not get your hands on a Dark & Tropical with Bacardi Carta Blanca, Spice liqueur, Citrus, House made Orgeat, ginger and Bitters to stay on theme. Or try a Dolce & Banana with Martini Bitter, Martini Rosso, Jamaican Flower, Orange citrus and banana liqueur?

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