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28-50 Fetter Lane
140 Fetter LaneThe CityLondonEC4A 1BT
My friends and I arranged a City after-work catch up at 28-50, at the suggestion of the wine connoisseur among us. I was a bit overwhelmed by the wine list, and my first glass was the Tod Dexter chardonnay from Australia, which I found too strong for my tastes. My second glass was a German Grauer Burgunder pinot gris, and that was much more palatable, so we ended up getting a bottle of it for...more
I got here at 9:45 pm on a Friday. And they weren't serving the regular menu. I had to go for the nibbles menu, which thankfully had a risotto, a seafood bisque, triple cooked fries, a charcuterie platter, and some other numbers. But the regular menu getting off the kitchen by 10 - not good.
The place feels cosy and has an industrial chic-plush feel.
The wine list is exhaustive, but I...more
1 star - the space. It's nice and though below ground, has an open feel to it.
1 star - the service. Attentive, smiley, and helpful.
1 star - the location. Easy to get to from Chancery Lane tube station.
The big problem I have with 28-50 are the prices and the portion sizes. A group of ~12 of booked a table for a going away happy hour. When we arrived, we were placed along the wall, directly...more
This is probably one of my favorite dining experiences in London period. Period.
We made reservations at this small, romantic, quiet restaurant not knowing what to expect and I cant tell you how pleased I was. First of all, THE WINE! The wine list is very extensive and offers small pours (75ml) so you can actually try a bunch of different kinds of wine.
We started with a bottle of champagne...more
I like flights. Of wine.
I also like Burrata (the creamy textured and sweet flavored fresh Italian cheese.)
And I really like being able to choose between different size pours (including a carafe option) when ordering wine.
28-50 not only had all of the above, but the service from the bar staff was particularly on point. And the prices at this subterranean wine workshop and kitchen were...more