The Ground Floor is inspired by the Parisian wine bars, where you can enjoy a bustling, fast-paced atmosphere over some of our finely sourced charcuterie, cheeses and ingredient led cooking together with a glass of wine. Opened in late 2008, Terroirs was awarded AA London restaurant of the year in 2011, and received a Michelin bib gourmand in 2010.
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Terroirs Wine Bar and Restaurant
5 William IV StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2N 4DN
- +44 (0)20 7036 0660
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
I came here for dinner and it was a very enjoyable experience.
The food is lovely. I would recommend the quail btw.
Service is amazing. They really do look after you.more
This is such a hidden gem in London! Tucked away in a side street close to Trafalgar Square, you will definitely walk right past it if you dont pay attention.
The lunch menu is quite different from the dinner, offering a selection of cold meats, small plates and some entrees.
We had a selection of charcuteries, smoked duck and brawn small plates, and langoustines and veal in tuna sauce ( or...more
I'm so in love! I sat at the bar which is located on the ground floor and was treated to the most charming, informed and informative server ever! She guided me by describing the selection of four cheeses perfectly, three of which were incredible. Next I died and went to heaven eating the world's most intense, decadent, authentic artisan butter, apparently from a small farm in France located...more
I actually found myself here by accident but it all turned out to be a wonderful evening despite me being under-dressed and way too tired to be nice company. However, the friendly attitude of the staff and the fast seating of our party made up for the start of my good mood that went on through the whole evening. There were five of us and we ordered seven sharing plates for the whole table. The...more
One of my favorite London restaurants. I've eaten downstairs on a few occasions (still need to try the upstairs!) and have always loved it. The ground floor and downstairs have separate menus, and the upstairs is generally more casual and serves small plates. The downstairs has a very intimate, cosy feel. Terroirs has a great wine selection and the food is always perfect. I've had the duck,...more