|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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St. John Bread and Wine
94-96 Commercial StreetLondonE1 6LZ
Top 5 reviews of St. John Bread and Wine
Could be the UK's best restaurant? Certainly one of the most unique dining experiences in the UK. Incredible staff who will help you understand the food and wine and some signature dishes that you'll dream about as your death row meals (yeh I'm talking about the marrowbone and toast, of course).
Might look pricey but it's not really - get a couple of dishes to share and you'll leave paying... more
I came to St. John's for their famous filled doughnut. The doughnut was fluffy, and they clearly did not skimp on the custard filling. I thought the dough could have been better as it was a little dry. It was a delicious doughnut, but I think I prefer Bread Ahead's doughnuts. They are slightly cheaper than Bread Ahead's doughnuts though.
St. John's Bread and Wine also serves savory dishes.... more
Despite a meat-heavy menu, there's plenty of stuff for your vegetarian friends. In addition to what's listed on the menu, they can adapt certain dishes to be meat-free. It's a pretty loud space, so not the kind of spot for a romantic dinner or serious talk, but great for a fun night with friends.
The wine list is extensive with plenty by the glass. Our waitress didn't let us down with any... more
As humans, we are genetically designed through years of evolution (yes, I believe in evolution), to seek, chase, takedown (for the lack of a better word), and devour our prey.
Hands and fingers designed upon high (I believe in the Almighty also. Why can't there be both?) to grip a blade, sling a rock, toss a spear, draw a bow string, and pull a trigger.
Somewhere along that time line, we... more
Great food, love the nose to tail concept! Had the: 1) pigs tongue with dandelion and mustard-y sauce (fantastic, great textures with the crispness of the dandelion next to the softness of the different cuts of tongue, tied together with the dressing and brightness of the acid in it), 2) bone marrow (buttery roasted marrow that you scoop out of the bones and spread on toasted bread, topped... more