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Humble Grape Fleet Street

  • City
  • Lunch
  • £££

A cavernous modern wine bar offering an unpretentious look into the world of grapes and matching dishes.

Information

Address
1 St Bride's Passage, London, EC4Y 8EJ
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7583 0688
Opening Times
Mon-Wed 12.00-23.00
Thu-Fri 12.00-00.00
Sat-Sun CLOSED

Reviews

  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    If you don’t know your Bordeaux from your Burgundy, wine bars can be intimidating. Happily, that’s not the case at Humble Grape, which lives up to its name with an unpretentious approach to vino. The wine list has around 30 options by the glass or carafe – or delve deeper with more than 200 varieties by the bottle. Luckily, you don’t have to be a connoisseur to understand the menu, which walks the line between funny and informative (without ever sounding patronising). A bottle of red with a particularly complex name is described as ‘Virtually unpronounceable. Completely unforgettable,’ while a variety of chardonnay is billed as ‘liquid lemon meringue’, a surprisingly apt description. This wine destination might be humble, but with prices like that, it’s worth shouting about.

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  • Just Opened London

    Just Opened London Says…

    A menu of wine-friendly ‘Humble Plates’ have been developed for the Humble Grape menu and, as with the wines, the ingredients are sourced from independent suppliers, whose produce can be traced straight back to the farm. Look out for plates like Galician Octopus (with chargrilled leeks and triple-cooked new potatoes), Baked Camembert (with rosemary and garlic or honey) and a Beetroot Carpaccio Salad (with spiced beetroot carpaccio, panfried chorizo, creamy homemade labneh and rocket).

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    Hidden in the vaults of St Bride’s Church on Fleet Street, this watering hole will no doubt attract City folk with wine from sustainable, independent growers from around the world, with 30 available by the glass or carafe and over 200 by the bottle. An ideal pit stop for after work drinks, clever and contemporary tapas-style ‘Humble Plates’ of Galician octopus or roast bone marrow are the perfect accompaniment to a large glass of rouge or crisp white – alternatively, grab a bottle from the cellar to drink at home. Oenophiles should note regular wine tastings and wine-matched dinners.

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