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The Best RnB Clubs in London 2013

Got the groove for RnB? Browse our latest guide of the hottest RnB clubs in London. Whether you like to chill or rocking to the beats of RnB or even snack on your night out, there’s something here for everyone.  Get your groove on!

Shaka Zulu

Shaka ZuluUser Ratings on ViewLondon: 3 stars

Shaka Zulu is one of North London’s best RnB clubs to date. Its décor brings the taste and style of South of Africa straight to the heart of Camden – it is no wonder that it has earned the impressive prize of ‘best interior design’ at the London Club and Bar Awards 2012. Rock to RnB music as exotic food is served throughout the night – Shaka Zulu is for the adventure-seekers who are looking for something different.

However, the downside to this club is, apparently, rude staff. A reviewer on ViewLondon said that: ‘The Staff are ignorant and rude’ and another reviewer was mistreated for a late party, where the receptionist was ‘rude and sarcastic’. Furthermore, some also felt that the food and drinks were overpriced, at an average of £20 to £30 per person.

Opening Hours: Daily; from 12pm to 2am


Aura Mayfair

Aura Mayfair

User Ratings on ViewLondon: 4 stars

Feeling fancy? Don on a little black dress – or tux for men – and head down to this fabulous club in the bustling centre of Mayfair. Some frequent top names guests DJs include: Carl Kennedy, Jean Claude Ades, and DJ Kayper.

Every Friday and Saturday night, Aura Mayfair invites Girls Roc (Finalists in Britain’s Got Talent 2011) to perform a fully choreographed show.

Aside from RnB, the venue also plays Hip-Hop and House music to suit the taste of every friend.

However, some reviewers seem to believe that this clubs is stuck up and prone to discriminate against age and race. A reviewer from Viewlondon says that: “I went there Sat night for my birthday party, I even reserved a £1000 pound table, but as soon as the lady at the door saw me and my friends (majority Asians) she refused us entry and said she didn’t have my booking even though I had called on the day to double check”.  Another reviewer also said: “We queued and were point blank refused for being a slightly big group of LEGAL, calm 18 year olds. Despite every single one of us being on the guest list, we were just told no.”

Opening Hours: Thursday – Sunday from 10pm to 3am


Club 49

Club 49

User Ratings on ViewLondon: 4 stars

Situated in the trendy district of Soho, Club49 is a stylish nightclub that stretches over two floors. Upstairs is the main cocktail bar and VIP area, which overlooks the lively basement club on the ground floor.

As per other clubs, it seems that the main downside to Club 49 is the staff. A review on ViewLondon complained: “The bouncers are happy to assault their clientele for absolutely no reason and provide no explanation for their actions.” Another review said “staff and security was very rude to us – not welcoming and very argumentative.”

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday from 5:30pm to 3am; Saturday from 7pm to 3am.




User Ratings on ViewLondon: 3 stars

Miabella is another hidden gem just off the famous Soho Square. The RnB night on Saturday is one of a kind, with top RnB DJs and a great crowd – the club often hits its full capacity even before midnight! Along with its fantastic, maze-like venue, many have decided that this is the best place to spend their Saturdays.

On the other hand, a lot of reviewers on ViewLondon complained that the music was “very old school RnB, nothing current” – the music is definitely each to one. Some also complained that the manager is “rude, arrogant, obnoxious and unhelpful”. Furthermore, reviewers also felt that the food and drinks were not up to a good standard, some describe the drinks as: “the weakest cocktails I have ever tasted in my life”.

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday from 6pm to 3am



Funky Buddha

User Ratings on ViewLondon: 3 stars

Located between Berkley Square and Piccadilly Ciccus, Funkybuddha is a well-established nightclub since 2001. Its interior is a mix between mystical orient and western luxury. Furthermore, Funkybuddha boasts pedigree for its RnB nights that is not to be missed by any regular party-goers.

However, some reviewers also complain that the bouncers were rude: “Our entire group was looked down upon by the bouncers who thought they were a part of the most exclusive club in London. Not only were they disrespectful, but when we explained that we already paid the entrance fee they said it was nothing and told us to step to the side and ‘come back where we came from’. None of us were drunk; we just didn’t accept the unnecessary rudeness”. Another reviewer: “Someone tried to start a fight, and the bouncers did nothing because “he spends a lot of money” at Funkybuddha”.

Opening Hours: Tuesday from 10pm to 3am; Thursday –Saturday from 10am to 3am; Closed on Wednesday, Sunday & Monday

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