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Inside a quiet, unassuming Apple mac repair shop is a hidden gem on East London’s Hackney Road: the Natural Philosopher.Just around the corner from Cambridge Heath overground station, it was almost easy to walk past this bar without realising its presence.
The Descartes was a mixture of Pinky Rose vodka, Raspberry Chambourd, amaretto, sugar and lemon juice.
As we stepped in, my date and I were transported into a world of Victorian decor mixed with vintage electronics – it is under a mac repair shop after all!
We spent a few minutes perusing the eclectic decor, amusing ourselves with creating funny background stories of the different objects and how they came to reside at the Natural Philosopher.
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The downstairs room has a dark and intimate environment, lit by just a few dim lights.
There are elegant couches and tables, portraits hanging over a brick wall, and a detailed rug (an odd detail to add I admit, but I can’t remember seeing a rug in a bar before, much less one as nice as this one! Interestingly, the bar is sunken into the ground, making it feel unobtrusive and adds to the cosy feel of the basement.e Harmony started in 2000, Ok Cupid in 2004, and more recently, a wave of mobile people-swiping apps, like Tinder and Hinge, have become wildly popular.But is this a positive development or something to be concerned about?My date and I went with a “summery feel” and as our drinks were being made, we got to chatting away.The atmosphere at the Natural Philosopher really lends itself to intimate conversation, and judging by the size of the small tables, it is a perfect place to get to know someone better.As the evening went on, the place started to fill up, but the tables are nicely spaced apart so there was no worry of needing to speak over other people.