Tucked away within the well-heeled hub of Marylebone in London, Vinoteca Marylebone offers a regularly-changing menu of largely British cuisine together with a spattering of innovative European dishes. Running as a wine shop-cum-restaurant, Vinoteca boasts hundreds of bins from all over the world. Along with an award-winning culinary team steering the helm, Vinoteca restaurant enjoys an authentic ambience.
|Average main course||£15.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£28.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
15 Seymour PlaceLondonW1H 5BD
- +44 20 7724 7288
Top 5 reviews of Vinoteca
Went back again today. Wasn't that hungry but still had the urge to eat something - Vinoteca is just across the street and it seemed very handy to go there for a single glass of wine.
Well.... I've got more than just one glas.
Had the almonds, bread, olives and cured meats and startet with a glas of rose wine from England for me and a glas of pinot noir for my hubby. Then we had an Italian... more
Best little bistro and wine selection in town. Be sure to sit in LJs section. You won't be disappointed. more
They've got Retsina!!!!! That and hundreds of other wines. On a blistering day, sitting outside with a bottle of
my favourite impossible-to-get-hold-of wine is perfect.
Lovely guy serving, good location. What's not to love. more
Food was amazing, so flavoursome, will definitely be going back for that.
However I've been to better wine bars. The staff do not seem that knowledge on the wines, when you ask for a recommendation after listing what you normally like they can't give you any and there is no sampling before you buy. The latter I find the most strange for a wine bar, as that's usually the perk that you can try... more
Superb food, great local atmosphere. Lively crowd and noise level. Convenient to Maryleborne area. We grabbed a reservation late in the day, good thing, they became very busy as the evening went on with many turned away. The only bad thing to report was the attitude of the servers and host. Very brusque and everything felt VERY rushed. It gave the feel of a place much more busy and hectic than... more