This Leicester Square wine bar was established in 1971 and boasts up to 40,000 bottles in its cellar. The renowned bar lives up to its ethos that "life's too short for boring wines" with a lovingly chosen wine list and a menu of bistro lunches, cheeses and the Cork & Bottle favourite: raised ham and cheese pie. Our beliefs are simple - in a world full of so much terrific food and wine, why settle for a slab of quiche and a glass of boring plonk? Our food is innovative, fresh and tasty... and available at all hours. The wine list speaks for itself - "Legendary for its iconoclastic notes. It doesn"t necessarily tell you what the wine tastes like - you have to make your mind up. It's there to provoke interest", says Harpers, the wine trade magazine. As Barossa wine making supremo John Glaetzer puts it so succinctly, "Don, this is not just a wine list - it's a book". And a readable one at that!
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The Cork & Bottle
44-46 Cranbourn StreetLondonWC2H 7AN
Top 5 reviews of The Cork & Bottle
Stopped by for lunch and it was AMAZING! Want a hidden gem, located in Leicester Square with a store front you could easily miss as you walked passed. It's a cool little walk down spiral stairs to the basement restaurant. There are several dinning areas, but I always recommend sitting at the bar as the service is much better and you actually get to know the people who work there.
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Great service and food in a very busy area of London. We had dinner here our last day in London. We ordered the spinach soup, steak $19 and crab/shrimp pasta $13. The portions were huge. The steak was great but the pasta was a bit too soggy.
The restaurant has a small downstairs and the entrance is easily missed in a busy area. more
We popped over here very last minute before our dinner and were really impressed with how sweet the place was. I think I like this place so much because it's in the middle of Leicester Square and you'd never guess it was there because it's quite subtle with a nice little door that leads you downstairs. It's just cool!
There was only 1 table left on a Tuesday evening around 6:00pm and it was... more
I don't understand the high rating for this place. First off, it smells like a cat litter box in the entire place. The wine they have is not good. They don't use proper wine glasses for their respective wines. The only reason it received a 2 Star instead of 1 is the owner/manager (not sure what she was) was nice. Much better wine bars in the area. more
For all my planning, this was one of the few places on my list that we actually tried. It's nice to have the lists, but it's important to be flexible, non?
We dropped in here for drinks before meeting up with my beloved cousin who lives in the area. I had a glass each of the Cremant rosé and the Cremant white (€6.70 each) while my companion had two of the Barbera d'Alba (€9). Scandinavian... more