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It’s almost impossible to go there and not run into someone from the wine trade. Another great place for the wine selection and the low mark up is Sager Wilde (previously known as Mission) in Bethnal green. Also, the fact that they’re open on Sundays is a bonus.If I fancy a glass of something interesting in a laid back, cosy atmosphere, then The 10 Cases in Covent Garden is perfect.They’ll happily pour you half a bottle of any of their top-end wines for half the price.67 Pall Mall is the ultimate wine lover’s destination, with an extraordinary array of choice served by Coravin and a fixed corkage charge of £20.Boasting a wonderfully eclectic selection of natural, organic and biodynamic wines.The Winemakers Club a self-proclaimed ‘wine pub’, this authentically dank cellar in a railway arch near the City is home to a wine importer with a taste for unusual organic and biodynamic wines. Noble Rot is a London-based wine and lifestyle magazine that has recently hatched a wine bar and restaurant.It was here that I first had the aged Galician beef that Donostia and sister restaurant Lurra are now championing to great effect.
When I’m feeling carnivorous, The Quality Chop House in Farringdon is a must visit.I love the ambiance at the Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels This is a great place to enjoy some very good wines.There is a thoughtful selection by the glass as well as a comprehensive list which has something for every palate.Ideally located near Covent Garden, it has an ever-changing wine list (they only ever buy ten cases of each wine), a choice of tapas-style food as well as main dishes, plus a bottle shop next door with informal dining and a handy function room in the basement.Walking under the arches in The Winemakers Club is like stepping back in time.
As for their food offering, they manage to tick every box.