Gordon's Wine Bar is an institution in London's drinking circles with the speciality being fortified wines. Served from wooden casks behind the bar, this gives it a slightly eccentric feel. They also serve a variety of English dishes. Outside seating is provided on the terrace.
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Venue Details & Map
Gordon's Wine Bar
47 Villiers StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2N 6NE
- +44 (0)20 7930 1408
- Public transport:
- London Charing Cross, National Railway
Candlelit pub nestled in a cave and conveniently located behind Charing Cross subway station. Reportedly it's the oldest pub in London. Tawny port was delicious. Prices are reasonable. It's a bit noisy and often crowded but it's worth the experience. Recommend.more
The last stop in London for our #RWC2015 visit was #gordonswinebar. This is a place I have always wanted to go. It has a massive wine, port, sherry and champagne as well as a select your own cheese and meat board station. It is pretty much the perfect date spot for @eraderneely and I. They have a outside area squished between two buildings, a more normal #englishpub wainscoted room and back...more
Obligatory tourist place if you like a) historic things b) wine c) caves. Yes.. If you want to try something different... It's the thing to do.
My friend sent me a list of must dos... The wine here starts at 5.5 pounds. Lots on the list.. We also got marinated olives. Olives were like another 3 pounds but good since I was drinking at 2 pm with having eaten nothing.
Sure there are lovely...more
I don't like wine. Let's start there. So this place isn't the best choice for me. I came her with my parents, they love it here, I don't.
The food is okay. You pick your meat and then you fill your plate with a few different types of salady stuff. Nothing special. i wish I'd got the cheese board as that actually did looked yummy.
We were sat outside. It's hard to get a seat here so we...more
It took London to get really scorching for me to properly appreciate this place.
Find a spot in their vast outside area, get one of their well chosen bottles of wine and a plate of bread and slab of cheese, all within a minute of Charing Cross and at fairly reasonable prices. Considering. There was a BBQ with some mean looking steak that the wine was just begging for too. I could not...more