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This convivial Fitzrovia wine bar is on a mission to promote provenance, terroir and the ideals of the Slow Food movement – not surprising, since it’s run by two defectors from Covent Garden
crusader Terroirs. Fans of the latter will recognise the main themes on the short, snappy menu – snacks of lardo
grissini with mushroom cream, artisan cured meats and cheeses give way to various things ‘on toast’ and bigger plates of, say, smoked duck salad with grapefruit and orange or scallops with
guanciale (cured pork jowl) and fig sauce. The wine list unearths terroir-driven pickings from deep-rooted Old World sources and up-and-coming young contenders; otherwise, choose your remedy from
the fascinating collection of craft beers, aperitifs and digestifs.
Last week was London Wine Week – a wristband for £10 provided the excuse to go to a few places and drink some wines you might not otherwise have tried. I was very pleased to see that The Remedy was one of the bars participating as it had been on my List for some time. It seemed like a good place to kick things off, so after collecting our wristbands from Carnaby Street we took a stroll to Fitzrovia to find it.It is very unassuming from the outside with a sign that’s barely noticeable. At the same time it sort of looks the part, and therefore stands out from its neighbours...
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The Remedy Wine Bar and Restaurant is a cosy yet trendy space serving small plates, sharing platters and, of course, wine. Located 124 Cleveland Street, London W1T 6PGI started with a riesling (always a safe bet for me) and Nicky kicked off with a prosecco. All good. The Remedy specialise in delicious wine. I didn’t have everything on the menu (I’m still in training for that glorious day), but I do feel that it’s one of those places where you could pretty much choose anything and not be disappointed. We stuck to glasses as we wanted to sample lots of different wines, but they do have a large selection by...
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