Its five cellars house more than 18,000 bottles of largely South African wines, plus vintages from Spain, Italy and beyond. Cheese is a speciality here and there are two cheese rooms. There's a second branch of Vivat Bacchus in London Bridge.
|Precio medio del plato principal||£15.00 (USD 20.99) per diner|
|Precio medio por persona||£24.00 (USD 33.58) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
47 Farringdon StreetLondonEC4A 4LL
- +44 20 7353 2648
Top 5 reviews of Vivat Bacchus
After having Vivat Bacchus on our list of places to try for quite some time, my girlfriends and I finally booked a reservation.
The pros: Cheese - They have a couple of cheese plates to choose from - we tried the Italy plate and shared amongst the three of us. I think this place is worth visiting simply for the cheese!
The cons: I won't say a total con but I didn't love the steak (though... more
Vivat Bacchus is the pinnacle of my London dining experiences so far, which is especially nice as I didn't have to pay for my dinner here. I enjoyed a night of wonderful food, company and drinks, as well as a nice tour of the wine cellar.
I rarely go out for really nice dinner, which makes it difficult to give a truly comparative assessment of Vivat Bacchus as compared with other restaurants... more
+ good quality ingredients
+ good selection of wine
+ friendly staff
I've lunched at Vivat Bacchus a couple of times and the underlying ingredients are always fresh and of good quality. Presentation is nice but I always found the flavour lacking a punch. Most recently I had a beef steak with peppercorn sauce. The steak was cooked as I asked and had nice... more
Nice calm ambience and good for dinner. The food was great and the desserts were quite big in size. Good enough to share between two ppl. I think it's a great place for wine lovers. more
Alright but they don't know the difference between rare,medium rare and well done. Shame! more