Restaurant - Wine Bar - Wine Shop We love wine, and all that"s enjoyable around wine: good food, good friends, good conversation. Head Chef Lorenzo Pintor designs menus to complement our extensive selection of wines, using quality ingredients from suppliers such as Brindisa or Neal's Yard, fresh, well sourced, and simply cooked. We suggest wine matches for all menu items. Our wine list covers some 200 different bins, sourced to give you a snapshot of what we like from around the world. At any one time you can sample 48 of those by the glass, armed with a pre-paid wine card, with or without help from our wine specialists. We also stock a selection of sparkling and sweet wines, beers and spirits, and our wines are all available at take-out prices for home consumption.
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
The Fulham Wine Rooms
871-873 Fulham RoadFulhamLondonSW6 5HP
- Public transport:
- Parsons Green, Underground
Sunday night dinner here, great place to bring a date. Comfortably sexy vibe, nice selection of wines. Excellent service and very near the tube.more
Guys, this is the best French restaurant I've been to in ages! The food tastes heavenly, the wine selection is great and the stuff is super friendly! Whether you come there just to share a cheese platter or to get your favourite steak, you won't be disappointed! The Fulham Wine Rooms also have a wide range of wines for sale. The restaurant offers different events like wine tasting etc.
If you love wine there is nowhere better. Interesting wine list & around 50 wines to taste by the sample & glass. We ate from the bar snacks list which was great, simple chargrilled calamari stood out for me.
Service was efficient, knowledgable & friendly. Busy atmosphere.more
So the website for Fulham Wine Room is http://www.greatwinesbytheglass.com and it's easy to see why. They do indeed do great wine by the glass.
Fulham Wine Room is an interesting experience. It's a large, dark, old-world wooden space with a main bar area and a few event rooms. I was here for a large birthday party and there were people everywhere, and it still never felt crowded (well, too...more