The Cork & Bottle

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Overview

Our beliefs are simple - in a world full of so much terrific food and wine, why settle for a slab of quiche and a glass of boring plonk? Our food is innovative, fresh and tasty... and available at all hours. The wine list speaks for itself - "Legendary for its iconoclastic notes. It doesn"t necessarily tell you what the wine tastes like - you have to make your mind up. It's there to provoke interest", says Harpers, the wine trade magazine. As Barossa wine making supremo John Glaetzer puts it so succinctly, "Don, this is not just a wine list - it's a book". And a readable one at that!

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44-46 Cranbourn Street, London Chinatown, London, WC2H 7AN

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The Cork & Bottle

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44-46 Cranbourn Street
London Chinatown
London
WC2H 7AN
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Leicester Square, Underground

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4 out of 5 based on 34 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Cork & Bottle

4.0 out of 5 18 December 2013
by Cecilia L.

Quick review:

+ hidden gem

+ huge selection of wine

+ accommodating staff

+ takes reservation

- mediocre food

Full review:

Like other reviewers have said, Cork & Bottle is truly a great find amongst tourist traps you could easily fall into around Leicester Square. The establishment reportedly has over 300 wines, which, if true, probably aren't all listed on the menu, but there is certainly a...more

4.0 out of 5 17 December 2013
by Daisy D.

Had some time to burn before we had to meet a coworker that was coming down from Chester. Strolling through Leicester Square we spotted this place & my wine-loving husband was intrigued. We made our way down the stairs and found ourselves a table. It was a little early for lunch so there weren't many people in the place, but we got to chat with some of the staff and admire the beautiful pie...more

4.0 out of 5 30 June 2013
by Jules H.

So while my brother was watching his most important CL game in the most awful bar ever, me and my friends decided to go for wine instead. Why has no one told me about this? What a place ... and nearly in the middle of Leicester Square.

The door is not easy to find. Just oriented yourself by finding the bar called Zoo and then look opposite. There is a staircase going down and then you enter...more

4.0 out of 5 25 June 2013
by Erica U.

Leicester square is an awful and terrible place and then there's suddently an amazing spot thats quiet and has a nice bar full of vino and foods and stuffs.

Rock up to the bar and sit for a spell or just wait til your movie starts across the way, either way it makes for a nice break in time.

Good wine, good service what more can you ask for?more

4.0 out of 5 25 January 2013
by Yee Gan O.

Despite me considering this part of London almost a second home, I have to confess that I've never noticed this place until a group of us London Yelpers seconded it for a UYE

We had organised a 'Welcome to London' UYE to meet some visiting American Yelpers but for differing reasons, neither of them made it. However, the London gang didn't need an excuse to meet up for a drink and a catch up....more