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This “natural wine bar with excellent food” has become a “must-eat fixture” for London foodies, where chef Steve WIlliams produces a daily chalked-up menu of “incredible” small plates, to be consumed in the no-frills surroundings of a Victorian railway arch on the lines into London Bridge station, which houses the Gergovie biodynamic wine import business. There are “interesting gems” on the wine list, “but don’t try to navigate on your own – explain to the sommelier what style you’re looking for and take the advice”. As for the food: “genuinely the most impressive ‘sausage roll’ I’ve had in my life – I was truly in heaven, and had to have two”.
“Amazing cooking in the tiniest of kitchens” – chef Steve Williams works with “great seasonal produce” at this cult foodie destination – a wine warehouse under the railway arches leading to London Bridge station, with the menu chalked up on a blackboard. “The most adventurous natural wine list is paired with great cuisine, and the knowledgeable and personable staff match them if asked.”
“The cooks work miracles in a tiny kitchen” tucked under the railway arches at this wine warehouse in one of Southwark’s foodiest of enclaves near London Bridge. Chef Steve Williams uses “imaginative combinations of seasonal ingredients” in the daily menu he chalks up on a blackboard. Ironically, “while certainly interesting, the natural wines are arguably the least enjoyable aspect of the offer” (they can be “very challenging!”).
“Carefully selected natural wines from small vineyards” are twinned with Steve Williams’s “changing blackboard menu full of delights” that are “served from a tiny kitchen behind the bar” at this “truly exceptional” wine warehouse, in the well-known foodie enclave near London Bridge station.
|Wine per bottle||£40.00|
40 Maltby St, London, SE1 3PA
|Wednesday||5:30 pm-10 pm|
|Thursday||5:30 pm-10 pm|
|Friday||12:30 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10 pm|
|Saturday||11 am-10 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm-5 pm|