Agnar Sverrisson and Xavier Rousset will open a second 28-50 wine bar and kitchen in Marylebone in May. Spread over two floors, the new venue will feature two dining rooms and a 12-seater bar. The menu will offer classic French dishes and the extensive wine list will offer plenty of choice by the bottle, glass and carafe.
£26 to £40
The food is very good (maybe better than the first location). The ground floor does make the ambiance a bit more universal.
But let's talk about the wine. I would plan trips to the Fetter lane just so I could pick up a bottle that would be priced anywhere else more than a nice dinner for three. There are real finds on this list!
Wine Education is also part of the concept and very well...more
28-50's second branch is, for me, a big step forward on its original Fetter Lane location. First, and probably most importantly the restaurant/wine bar has ground floor space with huge windows allowing light to spill into the bar and dining area. It is hard to over estimate how important that is to the dining experience - particularly during the day. Second, the kitchen has stepped up its...more
This restaurant/wine bar is located in a little side street near Oxford Street, not far away from St Christopher's Place. We only had drinks and the corner location and the floor to ceiling windows give a lovely view onto Marylebone Lane, while one is chatting away at the bar in the centre of the room. The whole design is elegant and sophisticated. I have to say that I really liked the feel of...more
First time here this weekend, for "dunch"... (apparently a new trend... replacing brunch when you're meeting up with someone in between lunch and dinner). Great atmosphere, lot's of natural light, and of course, wine, wine, wine. Started off with the Argentinian Malbec, which, I must say, was a bit disappointing, but opened up after a while. However, the Crozes Hermitage was absolutely...more