Venture into the past at Boot and Flogger, opened in 1964 and decked out with old-style furniture and fashionably-worn wood panelling. Dine on smoked fish and succulent meats, and choose from the exquisite wine list that Davy's is renowned for, offering fulsome blends by the glass and bottle. A separate fine wines list allows for indulgence, with special vintage labels. Relax in an extravagant leather armchair or sip in the sun on the outdoor patio.
Awesome wine bar with a great historic feel. The interior feels like it's straight out of the 1800's, and that's a good thing. The bar staff was courteous and helpful. Would definitely recommend.more
When places like this still exist in the world, there is never a reason or excuse good enough to ever visit a corporate wine bar again. Affordable and delicious wine, port, and sherry are on offer. But even though I love me some vino, what will keep me coming back is the atmosphere. Your mobile will feel out of place, but you will be too busy sampling lovely wines and cheeses and meats to care.more
This is a great little place to wind down after a harried experience in a busy Borough Market on a Thursday or Friday (note that it's not open weekends). It has a very Victorian feel about it, with leather chairs and an all-wood interior.
The wines (I think they serve only two types of beer) are reasonable and come from an extensive selection. The food is better than acceptable, but don't...more
I love this place. When I was working in London Bridge I went there and was introduced to the French Fleurie and le Cheese platter. Since that time about 5 years ago I have not been back but have recently rediscovered it. I love the old leather sofas, the small but excellent wine list and of course the cheese platter to complement your red wine. You get a mix of people going there but all seem...more