Grays and Feather

4.8
6 reviews
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Wine Bar
Top tags:
  • Notable Wine List
  • Quiet Conversation
  • Casual
Two-storey house of wine and mischief with a rotating list of 70 sparkling & still wines alongside sharing plates inspired by world travel. Here you can find your next prosecco or explore the weird and wonderful world of sparkling.

'A safe place to explore the unusual' Financial Times

Owned by wine importer and events company Grays & Feather, the parlour is split over two very different floors including outdoor seating, with a focus on understanding the building blocks of wine and pushing understanding further. The well known and greatest hits sit alongside the road less travelled. The food menu changes with the seasons.
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SH
London
2 reviews
Dined 3 days ago
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

A fantastic pre-theatre experience at Grays and Feather. Highly recommend some bubbles with the "All aboard" sharing platter - food is as fabulous as the wine selection! Excellent, efficient and friendly service....we spent the afternoon sitting outside watching the world go by and could have stayed all evening if it wasn't for going to see a show. Thanks for a great afternoon!

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KG
London
1 review
Dined on 9 June 2019
Overall 4Food 5Service 3Ambience 4

Love this bar. Best Aperol Spritz in London! Plus the Olives are amazing.
Table was booked for 3 but only layed out for 2 on arrival...staff could have pushed for more drinks instead of us asking if we can order then order more
Overall we loved it.

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CA
London
2 reviews
Dined on 8 June 2019
Overall 4Food 4Service 4Ambience 4

We had a quiet table in the exquisitely decorated lower level. Service, food, arena all excellent. Will stop in again for certain!

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SB
London
1 review
Dined on 28 May 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

Met friends here before dinner for a few drinks and nibbles. We booked a table and had a choice so picked the snug wine cellar downstairs. Charles Dickens wrote and published for the building so there's a real air of history. The owners, a mother and son team, gave us a warm welcome and took time to explain the wine menu and their plans for this recently opened venue. The choice of wine is amazing with everything from English to Patagonian with high quality food to match. We will definately be back and highly recommend this as a place to meet and socialise.

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OT
London
3 reviews
Dined on 24 May 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

Fantastic!

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HF
London
4 reviews
Dined on 18 May 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

Lovely spot on the edge of Covent Garden. Thought it might be a bit of a tourist trap but booked a table no problem and it’s a little oasis in a busy part of London. Service was excellent and the staff were very friendly and attentive. They didn't rush us at all, we were there for over 3 hours! Nice selection of wines, food was slightly on the pricey side - we got the sharing cheese and charcuterie board which was £27 and came with some crackers. We needed more crackers and chutney to finish the cheese and they happily obliged. The decor was on point - loved the Mr T and Brad Pitt cushion covers!

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