Based within the trendy Soho district in a beautiful two-storey space in London, Vinoteca - Soho 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 (USD 20.99) per diner|
|Average food spend||£28.00 (USD 39.18) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
53-55 Beak StreetLondonW1F 9SH
- +44 20 3544 7411
Top 5 reviews of Vinoteca
Great light dinner at vinoteca!
We ordered a bunch of plates to share. Nothing was necessarily a standout but everything was well made and tasty. We got a plate of cured meats plus the cod fritters and mozzarella starter. We also had the romanesco salad but i think they forgot to dress it.
Lovely olive oil with the bread. more
One of the few places in central London where you can take your fluffy friends. It's right in the buzzing part of soho and it's a pretty decent sized gastro pub. Not sure if it was just super busy that day but we went on a Wednesday and it was so busy with new staffs that the service was a bit all over the place. The lady gave us the wrong menu and it took forever for them to give us bread and... more
"We want the finest wines available to humanity, we want them here, and we want them now!"...
With a restaurant licence, you need to eat something if you intend to drink at Vinoteca - although disappointingly, they don't appear to have cake.
I personally didn't find having to eat a problem, as we ordered the cured meat selection, the perfect accompaniment to red wine.
Whilst some might... more
We headed to Vinoteca (on Beak Street) during London Wine Week as they offering three wines with perfectly matched tapas designed by the head chef, Klaudiusz Wiatrak. I opted for the 2013 Pinot Grigio (Franz Haas - Alto Adige, Ital) with tomato & basil bruschetta before we attacked the bar snacks menu of Pork Crackling with apple sauce, a plate of mortadella (italian sausage to you & me), and... more
very nice atmosphere, rustic and with many candles.
We went for dinner and we had wine and a lot of starters and mains to share. The best was some kind of white fish with thinly slices potatoes. I don't like cheeses but my friends said they were very good. Meat grand selection is also one I would recommend, but is huge! take it at least for 4/5 people.
as dessert we had poached pear and it... more