An unpretentious wine bar - restaurant off the busy fleet street, which offers serious wine at a great value, along with classic french dishes. Starters from £5 and main courses from £13.
£25 and under
An unlikely find on Fetter Lane next door to St Dunstan's House, arguably the ugliest court in the country. You enter at street level but immediately descend down to a subterranean wine wonderland.
The front half is a wine bar with lots to chose from by the glass and a featured wine maker of the month to investigate. There is also an mezzanine level which can be reserved for groups.
I didn't eat here--well just a charcuterie and cheese plate, but I loved the vibe, loved the wine. These people take their wines seriously. You can get just a taster so that you can sample or get glasses. It is a beautiful space--sitting at the bar table was quiet and we were able to have a nice conversation while drinking and enjoying the nibbles we had ordered. They also had the most...more
28-50 is the PERFECT 10!
This wine bar is fantastic. Another great intro from MW. The ambiance is superb, the service impeccable, the wine list extensive and the glassware is perfect.
This wine bar has everything I look for in an excellent place to try new wines and to drink old favorites. They have tastes, glasses and bottles. I had a wonderful chardonnay, sparkling and pinot which I had...more
I like to wine. About life, about love, about family... I enjoy a good wine and here at 28-50 you can wine over good wine.
This is what a wine bar should be, you can have a carafe, bottle, glass or sample. Perfect for a pre-dinner warm up. They have a monthly wine selection which you can explore. We ordered a flight of the monthly region and with my primitive tasting skills I "Oooooo" and...more
This is a cool place to taste wine. The bar is downstairs, past a display on the staircase of expired bottles of wine.
The main attraction for me is the "flight," a multiple-glass sampler of the same type of wine, perhaps three different years ("vintages") from from the same vineyard or producer. When I went it was Rioja, one white and two reds, one as old as 1999. It's a great way to...more