LS review: The SIN BIN at QUEENS Skate Dine Bowl

Oct 31, 2018 by

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The SIN BIN at QUEENS Skate Dine Bowl


Address: 17 Queensway London, W2 4PQ

Nearest tube: Queensway

Opening Times: Midday till 11pm Sunday-Thursday. Midday till Midnight on Friday-Saturdays

Prices: ££ (regular pub prices)

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Reviewer: Kristin Stein


QUEENS skate Dine Bowl in West London opened up its doors to the SIN BIN in partnership with infamous MEATliquor, we where at the opening night’s press event -and sin we did!

The SIN BIN is positioned rinkside where you can show off your skills at curling, ice skating or ice karting to that hot date of yours.

Upon arrival at this hidden treasure, we where greeted by a hip atmosphere of neon lights and delicious cocktails. If you ask the barman for his recommendation he will suggest the Henrietta Fizz-and boy was he right! The strawberries and fresh lemon juice made it seem like we where drinking summer in a glass. SIN BIN you had us at hello.


But it did not stop there. None other than the English Curling Junior Team gave us a (much needed) private lesson at curling and we honestly did not expect it to be this fun. If you are a lover of trying new things this is definitely one to add to the list for you and your squad. Just when our toes decided to give up on us we where warmed up by fizzy drinks and the sporty afterski-meets-Shoreditch flair of the bar. Feeling refreshed from a gripping game of curling we cheated on the Henrietta and recharged with The Cartel; an ingenius combination of rum, Campari and passion fruit. If you are not into sports it is safe to say that the cocktails alone are worth coming here.


But SIN BIN was not done flexing its muscles: the food came in. Wether you wanted vegan, vegetarian or the double meat experience; we died and went to heaven. First off was the classic Cheeseburger with not one but two beef patties, dripping cheese and a taste of french mustard followed closely but its fierce competition; the Dead Hippie with juicy beef patties, french mustard and diced onions. The simple genius who invented the associated cheesy Dead Hippie Sauce deserves some sort of award because our taste buds where celebrating. Why would you stop at two burgers when you can have three? All bow down for the evening’s vegetarian option which was the Halloumi Mushroom Burger that was bursting with flavours thanks to red onions, pickles and being topped off with french mustard. If we are still single at 40 we are marrying this burger. As sides we where tempted with spicy chicken wings, fresh coleslaw and buckets of crispy fries.


All in all; SIN BIN came, saw and conquered. So spoil yourself and your friends with an evening full of fun and good old comfort food done right. If you’ve been a little too good lately; it is time for you to SIN.