I've had two cuts here now and feel like I've experienced the spectrum of what they have to offer. I'm committed to becoming a regular.
The first time I had a talkative young lad who followed my instructions very closely, made me feel really welcome and gave me a great cut. I also opted for the shave which was again very good and only took a couple of minutes. In all I think I was in there for over an hour and left feeling great.
The second time I was served by an older guy who was a bit less chatty but more efficient, which was very convenient as I was on my lunch break and short on time. I am generally a bit unsure about what I want done, but this guy gave me a great cut and a style I didn't even know I wanted.
I'll definitely be going back when I next need a haircut, and I don't mind which barber I get.
Was in London for a vacation with my son and he suggested that we get hair cuts and a shave. Found "Jack the Clipper" on google.
What an experience. I've had many straight razor shave but never quite as good as this. For my son, he's never experienced a shave like this. He'll never find one quite as good. THANKS.
So. California, USA
Was here on vacation and wanted a nice proper shave and was extremely excited to have an awesome experience, especially after a terrible hair cut. They were friendly, nice and did a great shave. I would say that if you want to come get a good shave go here. It also has a great atmosphere for men. :)
Unfortunately I can't comment on the actual haircut/shave. Despite the site saying they open at 10 on Saturday and me getting up specially, they're shut.
They might want to get the basics of the site right before they start adding all the bells & whistles!!
This men's barber just south of Spitalfields Market has been around for years. They've recently upgraded their decor (and name) to fit the changing neighborhood characteristics. It's an 'old-style' men's barber, but with a much more modern staff and clientele. The attention to detail is what stands out.
From the moment you walk in you'll see it's different. The decor is 'sexy', and they'll offer you a free drink while you wait, or during your haircut. Last time I went I had a Turkish coffee - nice touch! I think you can also have a soft drink or juice, or even a beer.
In terms of services, they'll will work with you and do what you ask, which isn't always the case at many barbers. They offer shaves as well, and get ready for the turkish flame flourish at the end.
There's no need to book, just walk in, have a seat and peruse the trashy red tops or men's mags while you wait.
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