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This cavernous wine bar is wedged into the vaults below St Bride’s church, once famous as the place where Fleet Street’s journos came to pray. The Grade I-listed edifice (designed by Christopher
Wren) still stands, but it’s now populated by City workers who congregate to indulge rather than confess their sinful sides. Empty bottles of Veuve Clicquot & other Champagnes are artistically
stacked behind iron cages within the atmospheric, burnt-orange interior, while the monthly changing lunch menu could yield a risotto florentine with spinach, poached egg & parmesan crisp. In
the evening, it’s more about grazing than dining, with nibbles including teriyaki chicken skewers. There’s a decent & reasonably priced global wine list.
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