Private dining rooms
What is a Rake? By Oxford English definition, a fashionable or wealthy man of immoral or promiscuous habits. A mid-17th century abbreviation of the archaic 'rakehell.' The legend of Tom Rakewell, the first Rake, is a tale of glory and woe. It's a story of indulgent pleasures and outrageous scandals. Tom's influence is everywhere at Rake's. Sophisticated, luxurious, mysterious, excessive; these are the concepts that make a true Rake. Within our walls, follow Tom's journey to the heights of class, and his plummet into the depths of sinfulness. Meet the contemporary Rake. Wealthy? Possibly. A man? No, not necessarily. Fashionable? Most definitely. But on the Rake's OWN TERMS.
Whether you come for cocktails, lunch, or a bar snack, you will be hosted by our team of individual characters - all with a love of wine, food and cocktails and ready to welcome you in our three distinct areas. The Front Room a garden-influenced space, home to varying local DJs from Thursday to Saturday nights; The Parlour a sophisticate yet casual lounge area; and No.3 our secret room, perfect for your private gatherings. Come as you are - there is no formality, no rules.Menu
Went there for breakfast as it’s conveniently located right outside Liverpool Street Station. It’s one of the few non-franchised places around the busy station so it was great to sit inside and have some proper food. It’s great if you find yourself in the area and want to sit somewhere close to the station.
Nice restaurant, cocktails were top class and staff were lovely and beyond accommodating ! But the volume of the music meant we could not have a conversation and the waffles that we had were not made very well or very tasty. Both my kids left them uneaten and we left hoarse with sore throats from shouting across the table at each other. So four stars overall for us.
Looking around the streets of Liverpool street, london and I come across Rake's cafe. Looking from the outside this place looks small, cozy and classy... looks can be devising🤣 Rake's Cafe is one very big place, it has different entrances into the place itself, each one leading to a different part of the restaurant/ pub/ cafe. The decor and interior is sooo beautiful and classy. I sat in the cafe part, I ordered a non alcoholic cocktail, which was really lush and refreshing. I asked the waitress for a recommendation between two dishes I fancied. I'm glad I went with her choice, grilled chicken stewers on a bed of cous cous. It was gorgeous. I really enjoyed this dining experience, I love to find somewhere different when going into London, I like to get the full London experience. Different restaurants, different foods.