Bread & Wine opened in 2003 as a new home for our bakery and a more informal manner of dining than the first St. John Restaurant in Smithfield. Breakfast and lunch are served seven days a week and supper from Monday to Saturday. The menu, celebrating indigenous, seasonal ingredients changes as the day rolls on and diners can either order a three course meal or share a number of dishes from the courses on offer. As well as selling goods to take home from our bakery, wines by the bottle or the case can be bought from our lists to take home with some delivery available. Bread & Wine has been voted Best British Restaurant by the Evening Standard and named as best value restaurant by The Observer Food Monthly.
Venue Details & Map
St. John Bread and Wine
94-96 Commercial StreetShadwellLondonE1 6LZ
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
I love starting my mornings at St. John Bread & Wine when traveling to London. Why? The place is so quiet and relaxed with a friendly staff - always. I love the simple, beautiful decor and the unique history of the building.
Okay, so the food... It is so good. The bacon sandwich is heavenly. And really cheap too. The bacon's taste is grilled, meaty and perfect in every single way. Their...more
great lunch, good wine selection on the menu and reasonably priced. Good value and intimate venue for right near spitalfields market!more
I had been dying to go here after the couple that started this business produced some recipes for Bon Appetit (many of which I've made around holidays).
The restaurant itself is incredibly simple. Wooden tables, wooden chairs, simple glasses and dishware. The food speaks for itself.
I started with salted mackerel with potatoes, creme fraishe and watercress. It was like jumping into the...more
So disappointing! I really wanted to like this place. But the service was spotty and the food was uninspired and heavy handed.
St. John has an impressive reputation in the US; a lot of restaurants are doing the nose to tail thing now and many more incorporate offal on their menus, thanks to the influence of Fergus Henderson. Obviously I had to come here. It was impossible to find a seat at...more
Across the road from the Spitafield Markets, the former bank building stills maintains its old school institutional charm with high ceilings and white walls which serves as a bakery and restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Old Spot Bacon sandwich at £6.30 is what dreams are made of - lightly grilled, thick bread made on site, rashers of juicy old spot bacon and a side of...more