Stylish and sophisticated but with a real sense of fun, welcome to Ninety Degrees. Downstairs Ninety Degrees is a fashionable, yet casual bar - the perfect place to meet friends, relax with a drink or have an informal meal. Upstairs Carltons restaurant serves an eclectic and extensive menu, where diners can enjoy fine dining in the same sophisticated surroundings as the bar below. Ninety Degrees' chic and refined decor is contemporary and unpretentious, with polished wood, bold colours and crisp edges. The well-spaced tables call for intimate dining and the comfy chairs in the bar area will tempt you to stay all evening. The menu options range from light snacks and sandwiches, to three course meals. All food is cooked fresh on a daily basis, and the chefs are happy to accommodate any dietary requirements. Sit in the bar and enjoy a light lunch, the sharing platters are perfect for enjoying with friends. Choose from cured meats, mixed seafood or rustic garlic breads served with garlic oil and spiced chutney. Other lunch options include pasta and risotto, a selection of sandwiches and salads, or snack on nibbles like mussels and chicken wings. For dinner, indulge in a three course meal in Carltons restaurant and really see what Ninety Degrees has to offer. To start, choose from such delights as fresh asparagus with raspberry hollandaise, or baked Camembert with red onion marmalade. The main courses are abundant in their range, and you're guaranteed to find something to make your pulse quicken, whatever your palate or appetite. Fish, seafood, meat and vegetarian choices are all plentiful; the likes of steamed sea bass with onions, ginger, garlic and stir-fried vegetables share menu space with duck breast with spiced ratatouille, and pumpkin and Parmesan pasta with parsnip crisps and truffle oil. Choose a wine to accompany your meal from the comprehensive list, the waiters will be happy to help, they even make some recommendations on the menu so you know which wine would go best with each dish. There's also dessert wine on offer, as well as Irish coffees, liqueurs and special after-dinner cocktails. Make sure you try one of their fabulous puds first though, with heart-stopping options like banana and Baileys mousse or homemade white profiteroles. After dinner, why not retire back down to the bar and make a start on the cocktail list, which is quite a draw in itself. Creative concoctions like honey orchard daiquiri and royal fruit mojito sit alongside old favourites, Champagne cocktails and shooters. A wide selection of draft and bottled beers are also on offer, so why not kick back, soak up the atmosphere and settle in for the night, it's going to be a good one.