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Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant is a popular venue that boasts an impressive range of wines accompanied by Modern European dishes on the a la carte menu. An extensive bar menu is also available throughout the day.

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By Paolo V.

Went there for Sunday lunch. Whilst the waitresses were nice and provided good service, the food was disappointing. When something is edible yet far from mouth-watering, and you think you could have cooked higher quality food at home, you wonder why you even bothered. If it had only ended there, you can put it down to a bad experience that you won't repeat again in a hurry. By early evening, I was feeling acute pains in my stomach and was violently sick ten or so times over the nine hours that followed. Had to call in sick to work, rearranged several meetings, and spent all day in bed recovering. My wife emailed the Ebury to let them know and still heard nothing back 12 hours later. It looks like I am not the only person to have had foot poisoning from this place!

By Julie D.

We ended up in the Ebury Street Wine Bar as Thomas Cubbit was full, but I had only heard good things about the place, so I was looking forward to it. The inside was cosy and welcoming. However I won't go any further on the food, I woke up the next day with food poisoning, and was really ill for two days. The main courses did arrive very quickly, and that's not normally a good sign, the food appeared good, and the portion sizes were good, but none of that counts if you are being poisoned. I am contacting the restaurant to let them know, as I believe it's only fair to feedback, but I wouldn't want anyone else to experiene the weekend I just did.

By Rachel G.

Nice enough setting, but food very average and overpriced. Main course consisted of minute amount of lamb and very oily aubergine.

I could cook better myself! Bill came to around 40 pounds a head and we weren't even full.

Would only go again if someone else was paying!

By Cindy T.

Love, love love this place. The food is outstanding, beverage choices excellent and the staff is warm, friendly and funny.

By P.

Ebury Wine Bar is a remarkable little find! My meal was simply delicious, and I think London's best critic would struggle to fault the food at this cosy Belgravia establishment!

The sevice at Ebury Wine Bar was extremely friendly and the atmosphere charming - mainly due to the wonderfuly unique decor and stylish Christmas decorations. I'd recommend this fine establishment for any occasion.

You can be sure that if it's for a special event you've picked the perfect place for a memorable meal! Simply fantastic. My only criticism is that I didn't like the bar man's tie - that's how hard I had to look to fault Ebury Wine Bar!

By E.

The Ebury's location seems to be its highlight, the food was very average and we were rewarded with a hefty bill accompanying a 'complimentary' service charge of 12%, even though the service was 5% at best. The starters were bearable but expensive and the main course was dire - thin steak, over cooked and tasteless, the same applied for the lamb. The chips were on the wrong side of ok but the sausages were good. Not a place to impress anyone; apart from gullible tourists who have turned the wrong way out of Victoria station. Advice - Grab a sandwich!

By E.

The increasing popularity of the gastropub has led to a proliferation of bars and pubs that offer mediocre food for inflated prices. The Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant, however, offers high quality cuisine for a fair price. This, combined with a relaxed atmosphere and professional service, ensures its continued and justified popularity.

The Venue
It can be a challenge to locate a good restaurant in the gastronomical desert around Victoria so the Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant, only a ten minute walk from the station, is well worth knowing about. With a small, unassuming and dark entrance you could easily miss the place although there is something inviting about the dark interior that draws you in. A small, narrow venue means that diners pass through the bar space to get to the dining area. The decor is slightly old fashioned and dark wood and dim lighting make for an intimate but homely feel.

The Atmosphere
The restaurant area is relatively small but the effect is cosy, not claustrophobic. The Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant is a perfect location for a dark winter's evening. Noise levels are low enough to make conversation easy but not awkward. Early on the restaurant is relatively quiet but even on a weeknight by about 8pm it is likely to be close to full. This is testament to the quality of the food and service as the place is not well located for passing trade.

The Food
The menu is relatively small but this doesn't make for an easy choice as there is plenty to tempt most palates. The dishes are seasonal and relatively simple but offer something a little more unusual than the average gastropub. The honey and balsamic roasted beetroot and stilton salad (£5.95) is not only aesthetically pleasing, with strong contrasting colours, but also perfectly balanced from a taste perspective, the sweet beetroot complimenting the pungent flavour of the cheese. The Thai fish cakes with sweet chilli sauce (£6.50) also demonstrate this subtlety of flavours allowing the taste of the fish to come through but still packing a punch with a spicy aftertaste.

This carries through to the main courses. The chilli and lemon squid (£8.25) is tender and the accompanying tagliatelle also comes cooked to perfection. Although the flavours are delicate, the dish avoids becoming bland and is incredibly moreish, just as well given the hearty portion size. Duck breast with ratatouille (£16.50) is equally well executed although the flavours are less exciting. The homemade sorbet (£4.50) is a great way to round off a substantial meal, the white peach being a particular winner. The only disappointment is the creme caramel (£5.50) which is a little on the heavy side for it's size.

The Drink
Unsurprisingly the Ebury boasts an ample selection of wine. Prices are good, many are available by the glass and bottles don't go much above the £30 mark with many more choices at the lower price bracket. Even more impressive is that the selection of house wines is extensive, about half a dozen each of white and red and including new and old world choices; you should have no difficulty selecting one to complement your meal.

The Last Word
The Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant is an intimate wine bar is a strong contender in its class.

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