A café-cum-wine-bar focused on light lunches and seasonal plates that pair well with a glass of vino, not far from Hipster (sorry, we mean Hackney!) Central station. Beneath the restaurant is a 'makers’ basement', where the team distill vermouth for the bar, cure meats, pickle veg and even mold ceramics for the tables upstairs. Founded by chef Magnus Reid (founder of CREAM and former Rooftop Café) and Andy Kanter. The name of course derives from oenophile terminology - legs being the droplets that form on the inside of the wine glass. Let the 'good legs!' puns commence.
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120 Morning Lane, London, E9 6LH
Mon & Tue closed; Wed - Fri 6 pm - 11 pm; Sat 11 am - 11 pm; Sun 11 am - 4 pm
Last orders: 11 pm