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The Ebury Wine Bar, Belgravia - pub details

Ebury Wine Bar
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Address: 139, Ebury St, London, SW1W 9QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8110) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Victoria (0.3 miles), Sloane Square (0.4 miles), Hyde Park Corner (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.2 miles), Battersea Park (1.2 miles), Queenstown Road Battersea (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Ebury Wine Bar, Belgravia

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Proper old fashioned wine bar. Good wine with staff that know what they are talking about. Nice food too.
Visited the other day and had a great meal with a beautiful bottle of wine recommended by the staff.

nickyboi45 - 6 Dec 2010 20:34
No. Not a pub. The clue is in the title, and I have to say it doesn't mislead. Regardless of whether such a venue should have a berth on BITE, I can at least report that as wine bars go (and I'm not a connoisseur of them in the same way as I like to think I am with pubs), this place is actually very nice. It has the olde worlde atmosphere of a good boozer without being contrived, and seems not to have the dreadful snooty air and irony-free pretensions that many of its peers specialise in. A fairly mixed bunch were whiling away the evening and not the bowtie and braces types one's stereotypical prejudices might lead one to expect.

The wine list is tempting too, with a good variety of red and white offerings from across the globe. Mark-ups obviously are significant, but arguably not as high as those found in most London drink and eateries (Crozes-Hermitage '05 for 30 and '01 Rioja Reserva for about 25 - considering the quality of these vintages the price seemed a little more acceptable). Ordered a so-called large platter of cheeses, and as I suspected, this is an area where the title does mislead - 8.50 for a few lumps of only two different varieties was hardly value, tasty though it was. But all in all a pleasant experience was had, and any comparisons with the features commonly associated with "proper pubs" probably wouldn't be fair as that is not what the Ebury sets out to be.

Of its type, far from offensive, which in itself is a monumental achievement.
TWG - 8 Sep 2009 17:54
Not a pub but made a great meal from very good starters and desserts.
BigFinn - 9 Jan 2006 14:36
not remotely a pub
shw500 - 16 Nov 2005 13:38

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