Do you have any idea between which latitudes most of the world's finest wines are produced? If you don’t maybe it’s worth paying a visit to the new 28°- 50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen whose name is the answer.
This new branch of the City based restaurant in Marylebone has a fascinating design which welcomes any eager pedestrian walking past it as its huge glass panes give the impression that the interior is well integrated with the exterior. Its open plan kitchen/bar which seats comfortably 12 people is the heart of this restaurant where some of the best wines in London are served in fine and stylish wine glasses. This is how all wine should be served...
Similarly stylish is the smart and impressive idea of storing wine (including very rare collector wines) in wooden wine tagged boxes on large metal shelves that are accessed using a folding ladder at the back side of the bar.
The menu is as impressive as the design of the restaurant offering salads, soups and a selection of main courses and deserts. However, our pick of the day was from the sharing platter section: charcuterie and cheese platters which is the best company to a cold glass of white wine while listening to Doors.
Highlight: The huge vases with dark pink lilies which smelt amazing.
28°- 50° Wine Workshop and Kitchen
15-17 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2NE
0044 20 7486 7922