Wine lovers delight – whether you’re a sommelier in training or just someone who enjoys a good glass of Beaujolais, 10 Cases is a great find in Covent Garden. The name reflects the restaurant’s policy of only buying ten cases of each wine. When the wine runs out, it’s replaced by a new label, so you’ll rarely find the same thing twice here.
With just ten tables in the main restaurant, "cosy" is the right word for this place, but it all adds to the intimate French wine bar atmosphere.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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The 10 Cases: Bistrot a Vin
16A Endell StreetLondonWC2H 9BD
Top 5 reviews of The 10 Cases: Bistrot a Vin
I tried to dine at the restaurant and service was denied to a group of six Americans because "we would be too loud." As a group of adult professionals, I find this to be highly offensive. There were two tables and six chairs outside on the patio that were open and available. The host/waiter was extremely rude and said only four of us could sit, but not all six. We said we would pay separately,... more
The wine list is quite well-rounded, and the waitstaff is helpful with discerning preferences and offering recommendations.
My friends and I shared several small plates and a main, but the dish that really stood out in my memory is the crunchy prawn small plate. more
Cosy place in the heart of Covent Garden, it has a charming bistro vibe. I loved the ambiance. This lovely place deserves a 5star review! What I like the most is their wine list, truly excellent selection, also the staff are very happy to recommend. Food is tasty and service is quick. more
Everything you could ever want from a wine bar/restaurant: dynamic wine list, bargains, interesting wines and a great 'by the glass' wine list with nothing you'll find at a pub I promise. AND the food is really, really good.
Unlike a lot of wine bars around town, this place has some serious food above and beyond the old toastie (not that I have ANYTHING against a toastie). There is jamon,... more
This place sounded amazing to begin with and it did not disappoint. My friend and I shared the cheese sampler plate with bread and the heirloom tomato salad. The wine we chose was a Syrah/Grenache blend from France and it was excellent and went amazing with the cheese. For dessert we had olive oil cake that was in a parfait with strawberries and custard. It was like a strawberry shortcake but... more