But still the wine were good, so quality is better yhan quantity. The proportion of the plates are great and service friendly but busy. It is lacko g fresh air inside.
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Reservations a must. It is so small that we hardly had room for a great bottle of wine and some snacks. But, it is a must to visit, both for its ambience and wine, but also just to walk through the streets where it is...More
After being asked 'who gave you this table?!' We were promptly ushered out of this place that is in no way a wine bar. Apparently they only have a license for food, so don't expect to come him for a drink as the name suggests!...More
Dear customer, pity that you do not know how to read, informations about our license are displayed on the front door Waste of ignoring...
We accidentally ended there and walked-in without reservation. We were attended by a very pleasant elderly gentleman, who probably was the owner. Menu and wine list was quite exhaustive and we ended up asking for his recommendations. He asked us few questions about what kind...More
My husband and I visited once during the day and had some lovely wine and conversation with one of the owners, a lovely French woman. Later on that same day, we dropped in prior to a dinner reservation. At that time, we had a great...More
We stopped in for an afternoon glass of wine after a long day of walking. We were greeted warmly, and ordered wine and cheese right away. The wines we selected were great, as well as the wines we asked them to select for us! The...More
This is a lovely little wine bar. The staff are friendly, particularly the owner. They have a great selection of wine and even had a bottle from Greece. The plates were generous and very tasty.