The Humble Grape wine bar and shop encourages you to explore their wine selection, have a chat with the passionate staff and take a bottle home or drink in by the glass or bottle. Next to the unusual selection of wines, the bar also serves small-plate dishes and sharing platters of charcuterie and seasonal salads.
|Average main course:||£10.00 (USD12.90) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£25.00 (USD32.26) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
2 Battersea RiseLondonSW11 1ED
- +44 (0)20 3620 2202
- Public transport:
- Clapham Junction, National Railway
Big, big fan. With most of the table seating located one floor underground, the Humble Grape is much more ambitious than its street-facing storefront lets on. Catering to wine aficionados who appreciate the eclectic and small vineyards, Humble Grape aspires to both those looking for a brilliant bottle for take away to drink at home or bring to a party, or for those who want to chat over wine...more
I adooore the Humble Grape.
A friend booked a table for 4 of us at 8.30 on a Saturday night, when we arrived the place was buzzing. We were led to our table by a really friendly waitress who explained that we could taste a few wines before choosing which one to go with. It was lovely to have such a good selection of wines & they didn't break the bank either (although there are more expensive...more
I love this place! I can't get enough of it and they sell my favourite El Telar red wine (highly recommended!). Their charcuterie is delectable and the atmosphere is cosy yet vibrant. The staff are so friendly, open and very approachable. The interior is amazing.
I live very nearby and I am proud of this local place. This is my go to place to catch up with friends and of course to buy my...more
If like me you're not 18 anymore and you no longer enjoy overcrowded pubs where a conversation with more than one person is impossible, this wine bar is the best option for an afterwork drink with friends or with your partner.
You gonna end up in a stylish venue where you can talk without screaming and instead of the usual pub vinegar-like glass of wine, you'll discover very tasty, well...more