Terroirs is a wine bar and restaurant near Trafalgar Square spread over 2 floors. 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.
Downstairs has a slightly slower pace, a little music in the background with tables you can spread out on and enjoy our full menu together with family, friends or colleagues – a space fit for a feast!
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
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We enjoyed a nice tapas-style late dinner here for three of us one night after a performance. The place was bustling, the food was delivered pretty quickly, and everything tasted great.
Everyone's favorite was by far the corn soup. It was quite delicious. We also got one of the charcuterie meat selections and one of the cheeses. Well, the cheese was a tiny little wedge. Like, maybe 1-2...more
Amazing wine list. If you're into natural wine that's THE place to go. We could try a few wines before we made a choice and he consultation was excellent. Food was very good but not outstanding plus it's quite posh.more
I've only been for the wine so far but always oggle at the food. The wine menu is fairly extensive and actually can be quite reasonable for some decent bottles.
Top tip, check the wall to see what kind of day it is... the wine astrology board will tell you if the biodynamic wines are in leaf or root days and you will want to make sure it's a leaf day.
Always bustling, always friendly. A...more
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Terriors. I sat at the wine bar where I was overwhelmed by the knowledge and generosity of the bar tenders. My friend and I were given 3-5 tastes of various wines along with great suggestions and explanations to help navigate our decisions. It was almost like a wine tasting session!
For food, we had the pea and sorrel soup, which was perfectly seasoned...more
Am I one of those people that writes reviews of places that I actually didn't get anything at, but was so disgusted at the level of service that I give them a terrible review? (While I feel that this question is in some ways rhetorical, the answer is yes, I am that sort of person.)
We walk in at about 5:30 on a Friday afternoon. There are maybe 10-12 people in the place. Two are at a table,...more