A short stroll from Green Park Tube station in Crown Passage, Davy's at St. James's is an atmospheric underground wine bar, with vaulted ceilings and lots of historic wine-related artefacts. The menu majors on great British classics using only quality ingredients from carefully chosen suppliers. The award-winning steaks from Donald Russell are firm favourites with regulars, accompanied by wines from an impressive list which is drawn from the vast Davy's cellars. For those who prefer their craft beers, the ever-popular Old Wallop is still served in pewter tankards. The private rooms are perfectly suited for a private dining experience, meetings or drinks receptions.
|Prezzo standard del pasto||From £26.00 a clienti|
£26 to £40
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Davy's St James
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I came to Davy's for a private party, of which we had hired out the bottom floor on an evening which, so I'm led to believe, Davy's would actually be closed. A Saturday! Which, for a Northerner, is unheard of but I'm told that this part of London pretty much dies at the weekend.
I liked the small and intimate nature of Davy's. The wine list goes on forever and the fizz was also great. I... Continua
First time here & love the cellular & ambience. I ordered the tomato and basil salad & it was something I could have made at home but within sweeter tomatoes. It consisted of fresh basil, one sliced tomato and olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Also tasted the quail eggs that were hard boiled with celery salt which were good. Unfortunately my lunch came 15 minutes after everyone else's as they... Continua
I went here for some drinks with clients. Before we got there, one of my clients told us he had been on jury duty for a case where a guy had been to this pub for a work party about 18 months ago, had headed back to the work flat somewhere on piccadilly, and something unsavoury had happened.
The guy had been found guilty of whatever it was he did so had gone down. Tonight, the company he had... Continua