The Ebury Restaurant and Wine Bar
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Mon-Sat 12:00 - 14:30
Mon-Sun 18:00 - 22:00
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- Full Bar
- Outdoor Area/ Patio Only
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Recommended Reviews for The Ebury Restaurant and Wine Bar
17 reviews in English
Review from Chris S.
Review from Emma M.
Beautiful little wine bar with the most amazing restaurant in the back. There are often lots of deals available, such as two courses for £19. It's so reasonable for what you get - delicious, lovely food. I am particularly fond of their scallops, which I am really fussy about, They also do some amazing fish dishes, but the steaks are also sublime. There is plenty of choice for both vegetarians and vegans, and they even have both gluten-free and dairy-free menus!
Their wine selection is fantastic and I usually hand over all control as to what they suggest I drink. I am always very happy.
Review from Carole B.
- 4 friends
Walton, Milton Keynes
We popped in here on the off chance last night as it looked both cosy and busy. Thankfully someone did not turn up for their booking so we got squeezed in (typical London restaurant -very small tables very close together!!).
I had scallops ( a bit small but the butternut squash purée was lovely) and my friend had a goats cheese tartlet. I then had the duck which was great and my friend had guinea fowl.
The food was good but the atmosphere was better. Definitely recommend :)
Review from Jay B.
- 75 friends
Daly City, USA
Came here via recommendation from the hotel i was staying at. It looked like a cozy restaurant. Service was ok. Food took forever to get. I think they may of served out entree to another table. We waited over a hour for our entree. I ordered bangs and mash which is just sausages over mash potato and gravy on top. My wife ordered fish. They didnt even said anything till i was really annoyed that it is taking so much time. Of course i had to first approach the situation. When we got the food, the fish tasted unseason like they rushed it. The bang and mash was ok. After all it is sausage and mash potato. Only reason I'm giving them a extra star is because they try in the end to make up for it by taking the water and tip off the bill. Not like that really matters. I would of rather they approach the situation earlier instead of a hour later. If they would of told us that I would understand. But to wait and pretend that it was ok and for the table that came fifteen minutes later that ordered the same get served first. That was not cool. Pretty much sums it all.
Review from Laura N.
We came, we drank, we schmoozed. For this, Ebury Wine Bar is ideal.
A small (or shall we say intimate) wine bar leading into an upscale restaurant, it would be easy for a venue like this to edge dangerously high on the snooty scale. However on the yardstick of snobbery, it was as low as could be - complete with a cute young Aussie waiter behind the bar happily pouring glasses of reds and whites for the endless business travelers coming through the doors.
How un-snootified was it? My full-bodied, spicy red was poured into a white wine glass that would traditionally be used for Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio. You be the judge.
With a menu that ranges from the traditional Sunday roast to organic and gluten-free options, a staff of friendly young folks who are passionate about their craft, and a pack of regulars keeping the corks popping, it's no wonder a place like this is celebrating it's 51st year in business. Here's to many more!
Review from Paul C.
- 3 friends
Go here a lot with work, and it's a nice little place with good service and a nice atmosphere. Wine choice is excellent as you'd expect but the thing that makes it for me is the food. It might be quite basic (bangers and mash, risotto etc.) but it's extremely good.
Not your regular wine bar - like it a lot. Best at lunchtime.
Review from Heather M.
- 7 friends
Ate here as the final meal during a group tour of London. Had a three course meal. Lamb app was too salty. Duck entree was perfect. Chocolate fudge cake dessert was SO. AMAZING.
Loved the wall decorations in the back room--lots of punnily titled books.
Our group was seated in the back room.
Review from David J.
- 2 friends
Slightly off the beaten track, this was a great favourite of a number of colleagues when I worked close by. It's a cosy sort of place and, if you avoid the Friday rush, usually quite relaxing.
The food is a little pricey, but the bar menu has a selection of mains around £7.50-£9.50, including a vegetarian option. If you go for the a la carte menu, starters run from around £5 to £10, mains range from £13.50 up to £32.50 for Scottish fillet steak, and desserts around £6. 12.5% optional service charge is added to the bill. Expect to pay around £35 per person for a couple of courses with wine, though choosing items like steak and a classier bottle of wine will exceed £50 without trying too hard.
The wine selection is, as you'd expect, very good: prices (per bottle) range from about £15 to £54, with quite a lot of choice under £25. Champagnes and sparkling wines range from £25.50 to £87.50.
Service is usually reasonably efficient and can be very friendly: they make a bit of a fuss of regulars, which you can either views as a good thing, or as a little disconcerting if you're not one of them.
Review from Qype User (bb…)
- 43 friends
- Qype User bb…
I was here years ago and bumped into Billie Piper and Chris Evans when they were still married, so this place has been going for a while. But it is still a great place. Good English food with a strong European influence, while not cheap, is still cracking great value. Service is efficient and polite.
The place is done up as a rather elegant gastropub and is often frequented by all classes of people, from elderly gentlefolk to convivial socialites, with the split tending towards the older generation.
Definitely one of the better eateries in the Victoria area.
Review from Philip O.
Review from Qype User (Tyge…)
- 5 friends
- Qype User Tyge…
We'd been meaning to go to the Ebury Wine Bar for ages so when we were walking by one day last week the time was right!
It was a treat. The wine we chose was delicious and quite good value - I can't remember which one it was but I'd know it if I saw it on the menu again! The service was friendly and the whole place had a cheery feel.
The decor is traditional with just a hint of quirkiness. Check out the book titles and authors on the book spines painted on the walls - 'How to Keep Pet Turkeys, vol. 2' by Bernard Mathews is just one example that springs to mind!
We were there in the early evening and practically had the place to ourselves. But there were just enough others around to give the place its atmosphere. We'll try some of the food next time.
Review from Robert S.
Review from Todd P.
I've eaten at the Ebury Wine Bar twice while staying next door at the Lime Tree Hotel and thoroughly enjoyed both meals. It's been a while since I went, but I recall having a wonderful rocket salad, a very tasty pork dish with apples, and a fried Snickers bar with ice cream for dessert all at a reasonable price.
Review from Frederic C.
- 21 friends
A nice gastro pub with good bar and brasserie downstairs in a large space full of light, with a slightly more formal restaurant on the 1st floor. In the area which is a bit short on places for drink and food this is a good place with affordable prices. Part of a larger group of upmarket pubs that owns a few around London. Well worth trying if uou are in the area.
Review from Christine K.
- 22 friends
Review from Ingrid L.
- 46 friends
Redondo Beach, USA
This place has great service, decent atmosphere and good food. I had the 3 course meal for 22 pounds and it was quite good. It came with champagne but I had already ordered a wine so they let me substitute it with that instead. Definitely an enjoyable place with a large selection of wine.
Review from James W.
- 0 friends
what a great little find. just a stones throw away from the mighty Google's offices, and the touristy bustle of Victoria, lies a nice little converted pub with a quiet, welcoming ambience. little pretension, just good food and drink. the rabbit terrine appetizer was delicious, and the roast salmon main on roasted celeriac was very well executed. the house wine, a Chevanceau Blanc, was a well chosen accompaniment, and great value at just over three quid a glass. beat a path to this place.