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Quality Wines

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Quality Wines

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Quality Wines

SHORTLISTED BY BISTRONAUT #6

WHO
Clerkenwell’s staple joy Quality Chop House has opened a joint for grape lovers under the wing of Gus Gluck and Shaun Searley with creative bites prepared by just the right amount of talent (endless) by Nick Bramham.

FOOD
Single olive and anchovy skewer with a tiny piece of Guindilla pepper from Brindisa that listens to the name of Gilda and never stays alone for long - £1.5
Thankfully spongey focaccia - £2.5
Fruity fruity aubergine caponata - £7
Adorably mediterranean rabbit leg in juices with datterini tomatoes and olives - £6
Tomatoes, simple apart from they’re flavours are not - £7

DRINKS
You have the choice between 200 bottles, a few are opened each night to be enjoyed by the glass to save you from choice anxiety.
Delphine & Sebastien Boisseau “Le Mouton Blanc” 2015 - £8.25
Hungarian (!) Bodvin “Furmint Tokaji” - £6
Dark fruit from the Slovenian Klabjan “Refosk” - £7.5

DECOR
Have you ever browsed through Italian or French food items thinking about how precious the packaging and the graphic design are? Incorporating a shop that is selling exactly these things, the bar retains the same feeling of wonder.

NOISE
Nerdy wine discussions and clicking glasses.

SEATING
Preferably by one of the two elevated bar counters because they give better view to the magic Nick Bramham is putting together in what is not even a full kitchen. There are three tables further down too if you’ve got other things to do (philistine!).

VIBE
French wine bar in a Woody Allen movie.

SERVICE
Typically included.

WOULD RECOMMEND
We can’t think of anybody we would not recommend this to, apart from people who don’t like wine, but we don’t even know anyone by that persuasion.

WHO
Clerkenwell’s staple joy Quality Chop House has opened a joint for grape lovers under the wing of Gus Gluck and Shaun Searley with creative bites prepared by just the right amount of talent (endless) by Nick Bramham.

FOOD
Single olive and anchovy skewer with a tiny piece of Guindilla pepper from Brindisa that listens to the name of Gilda and never stays alone for long - £1.5
Thankfully spongey focaccia - £2.5
Fruity fruity aubergine caponata - £7
Adorably mediterranean rabbit leg in juices with datterini tomatoes and olives - £6
Tomatoes, simple apart from they’re flavours are not - £7

DRINKS
You have the choice between 200 bottles, a few are opened each night to be enjoyed by the glass to save you from choice anxiety.
Delphine & Sebastien Boisseau “Le Mouton Blanc” 2015 - £8.25
Hungarian (!) Bodvin “Furmint Tokaji” - £6
Dark fruit from the Slovenian Klabjan “Refosk” - £7.5

DECOR
Have you ever browsed through Italian or French food items thinking about how precious the packaging and the graphic design are? Incorporating a shop that is selling exactly these things, the bar retains the same feeling of wonder.

NOISE
Nerdy wine discussions and clicking glasses.

SEATING
Preferably by one of the two elevated bar counters because they give better view to the magic Nick Bramham is putting together in what is not even a full kitchen. There are three tables further down too if you’ve got other things to do (philistine!).

VIBE
French wine bar in a Woody Allen movie.

SERVICE
Typically included.

WOULD RECOMMEND
We can’t think of anybody we would not recommend this to, apart from people who don’t like wine, but we don’t even know anyone by that persuasion.

CHEF

Shaun Searley and Nick Bramham

OPENING DAYS

Enjoy the wine bar Tuesday to Saturday 4-10pm.

RESERVATIONS

Not taken

WEBSITE

http://qualitywinesfarringdon.com/

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