Beneath the brick Victorian railway arches of Southwark's Bankside and close to the world famous Borough Market in London Bridge, Cantina Vinopolis is a spacious restaurant annexed to the Vinopolis wine museum. The menu is a concoction of Mediterranean flavours which takes full advantage of its proximity to nearby foodie favourite Borough market. However, kudos ultimately goes to the understandably comprehensive wine list, including a strong selection of dessert wines, ports and sherries.
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1 Bank EndLondonSE1 9BU
Great restaurant where they serve my favorite type of food Mediterranean. I love how they treat me like a king and have the proper attitude for a classy restaurant like this. The guys know their job and work really well for their customers' satisfaction.more
This is a review strictly on food. The atmosphere was nice, staff was lovely, wine was good. The food, however, was not so nice. This could just be a case of ordering the wrong thing but I had the mushroom stuffed Gnocchi and I can safely say that I will be bloated for weeks based on the levels of salt in the dish. I like good food but I'm not an all out food snob by any stretch....it was...more
Very enjoyable afternoon spent with about 70 of us in a party. Plenty to taste, but wines lacked quality unless you wanted to pay extra. Nice Bombay cocktail, rum and asbynthe though. Food was basic nibbles and the staff serving the food looked like they had been caught in the headlights, confused and out of their depth when things started to run out.more
A visit to this super winetasting venue was a present I received on my birthday so off we went from Reading to Paddington then by tube to just short of Vinopolis.
It is nicely laid out and wines from many parts of the world are represented.
If you are a proper real winetaster you can really get into the swing of things but to some people it seems to be their way of going home rather worse...more
The bar was almost empty which should have been a sign. This was unfortunate because the look was big city trendy and could be a great place to meet up for happy hour. The dress was sharp and I would like to see it standing room only.
The restaurant is split between two arches supporting the trains which is beautiful but the brick makes it loud. Much more warm and casual in the restaurant,...more