This wine-focused tapas joint in genteel Marylebone is run by star chef Jason Atherton – so expect top notch food and plenty of fine wines.
Wines here are sourced from around the world, and include rare vintages – taste wines by the glass or enjoy a wine flight in the on-site tasting rooms. Meanwhile, Head Chef Frankie Van Loo complies an array of modern tapas dishes from seasonal British ingredients.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Social Wine and Tapas
39 James StreetLondonW1U 1DL
Top 5 reviews of Social Wine and Tapas
My wife and I love the Shaghai edition of Social. The atmosphere is vibrant, the food is world class. Because of this, now that we have moved to the UK we will hopefully visit the London editions, too. Hence why we booked Social Wine & Tapas on a busy Friday night.
Firstly, the staff are great, knowledgeable, attentive, and friendly. Always willing to answer questions, cater for our needs,... more
I came by for the lunch special, £16 for 4 tapas. I started with the croquettes which were a little bland but still good. The chipirones came next which were my favorite dish. They were fried well and the ink aioli was a super tasty addition. I also got the cured salmon, again very good. Finally I got a beef dish which was super tender and flavorful. The waiter recommend a wine which I really... more
We went here based on the review and it was amazing. We did the three course set lunch, which included one glass of wine and sat at the bar. There were two of us and the total was $65... compared to other not so good meals we had in the week we couldn't believe it; it was such a good deal.
It's a cute and cozy place, with and equally cozy downstairs with great food, great service and it was... more
Once again a very goid restaurant from Jason Atherton!
We went for the "feed me" set menu which gives you a good display of what the restaurant is about.
The food consisted of
Ham croquettes: really like the cheese they used in it
Cured Salmon, miso and creme fraiche: very tasty but you could get that at any decent frenchie restaurant
Crispy Duck egg, confit leg and a risotto of grain:... more
Came here for the lunch tapas, five for £20 (not inc tip).
1. Picquillo pepper croquettes - delicious and creamy, crispy coating, lightly flavoured;
2. Artichokes - smoky, almost barbecued flavour, offset by a light aioli, quite a small portion though so it's really just a taste;
3. Spanish breakfast - quite a strange dish! A cheesy light foam on top of a tomato and egg base, with... more