Close to vibrant Carnaby Street, Antidote is a contemporary wine bar and restaurant with delicious seasonal French fare, including charcuteries, artisan cheeses, and a selection of seasonal starters and mains.<br/><br/>The quality of the product is the main focus, all simply combined by head chef Michael Hazelwood, under the guidance of Mikael Jonsson, Chef Patron of Michelin-starred Hedone. The organic and biodynamic wine list features mainly French wines, with 160 bottles on offer. With a warm, relaxed ambience, Antidote has a picturesque terrace, perfect for al fresco drinking and dining.
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Antidote Wine Bar and Dining Room
12A Newburgh Street
A great wine bar / restaurant for small vineyard wines, great charcuterie, cheeses, etc. The staff is very friendly. Go with the Charcuterie Mix or the recommendations from the staff.
A really great place to get away from the craziness of Regent and Oxford.
NOTE: This place was recommended to me by the owner of L'Enchanteur de Papilles in Lille, FR...another excellent place for wine, etc.more
I stumbled across this place on my walk home from work one Wednesday evening, it was a great little spot for me and my friend. We had a lovely glass of white and then decided to treat ourselves to some fresh bread and real butter, followed by some freshly made mushroom ravioli - totally delicious. Perfect for a quick drink after work or evening catch up with friends. It has a chilled out...more
French-owned wine bar / restaurant in heart of London's West End.
Good atmosphere with sensible table spacings, interesting wine list, good food, friendly service.
What's not to like?more
The large writing on the door clearly insisted on the title.. Well, to be fair the wines we tasted weren't bad.. However, I'd expect staff to be passionate and knowledgable about wines. I'd expect really wide palette of tastes and warmth.. Nope, we didn't experience that.
Don't get me wrong, the waitress was really super nice, but her manager not as much.. Although, we didn't come...more
If I was naming a wine bar (and I hope to one day), Antidote would not be high on my list of choices. What is it the antidote for, other than perhaps a parching thirst? Or are they perhaps foreshadowing a bit of doom, in that you may need an antidote after partaking in their wines?
Contemplation behind the name aside, Antidote is a pretty good spot to meet for a drink and catch up with...more