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A friendly, simple - almost divey - wine bar. Good selection of bottles, the by the glass offerings are a little limited. Beer and cider available too. And some decent eatables like nachos and hummus and cheese plates.
Date of visit: January 2020
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2020
Thanks very much for the review.
I'll try and increase our wine by the glass.
I'm glad however you enjoyed your visit.
Hope to see you again.
I come here occasionally after work and it is my go to place for decent wine. A large glass of Malbec will set you back around £9 but well worth it.
The bar itself is cosy and has a nice relaxed atmosphere... Just what you...More
Date of visit: August 2019
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 12 August 2019
Many Thanks we are always pleased to hear that we tick the right boxes.
I visited this lovely little wine bar after reading great reviews on TripAdvisor and I’m so glad I did! I visited on a Tuesday evening and I had made reservations an hour before for 2 because I didn’t know how busy it would be. It...More
Date of visit: March 2019
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 21 March 2019
Thanks so much for your review.
I'm glad you liked our wine bar.
It's always nice to hear what people think of us.
Look forward to seeing you again.
After a search on Tripadvisor saw this wine bar with rave reviews and had to visit to see with my own eyes.
We were looking for a wine bar with food serving all day. First off, this place serves food but not between 3 and...More
Date of visit: September 2018
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 11 September 2018
Thanks very much Paul I'm really pleased you enjoyed our wine bar.
Hope to see you again when your next in the area.
You wouldn't necessarily go to this place expecting great pizza as it advertises itself as a wine bar, but the pizza really is fab! I go here on occasion with friends and colleagues and we always enjoy the wine and really enjoy the pizza -...More
Date of visit: July 2018
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2018
Thanks for that glad to hear you enjoy our Pizzas.
Next ones on me.
How great to have an address which is Railway Arch, and that tells the tale. This is a superb pub and restaurant which has been developed in the rail arches near to Southwark station. The modern interior has a lovely atmosphere and it is a...More
Date of visit: June 2018
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 5 July 2018
Many thanks for this review it always helps when we know people have enjoyed it.
After we had dinner from the Tapas place, we walked over to enjoy ourselves with a few glasses of wine.
The staff were very friendly. The wine seating was very cosy and lovely.
The staff was surprised in how we cleaned up after ourselves but...More
Date of visit: April 2018
584terry, General Manager at Blackfriars Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 24 April 2018
Hi so glad you enjoyed your evening both at the Tapas and with us.
Hope to see you next time.
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