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We found 18 restaurants in Restaurants where you can bring your own wine.
Head north from Shoreditch up Kingsland Road & you’ll pass a string of Vietnamese restaurants. It’s worth continuing as far as Loong Kee, though… more »
Famous for its queues and its legendary lamb chops, Tayyabs brings together hungry locals, bellowing suits and slavering foodies. Extended upwards… more »
Since opening in 2008, this miniature artisan enterprise has built a cult following – thanks to the quality of its wood-fired sourdough pizzas… more »
‘The hordes aren’t (yet) queuing around the block’ at Whitechapel’s Needoo Grill, but the inference is they soon will be. This ‘dirt… more »
The decor of this no-frills Vietnamese – all turquoise-trimmed mirrors & bright lighting – may not be to everyone’s taste, but the cooking… more »
There are hints of St John’s famed nose-to-tail cuisine at this weekdays-only, daytime canteen attached to the A Foundation studio complex… more »
Dreamed up by four foodie friends, this self-styled ‘part-time squatters’ restaurant’ is camped in Manze’s old pie and mash shop on Islington’s… more »
As smoke fills a side road off busy Stoke Newington High Street, large buckets of charcoal are carried in to feed the roaring monster inside this… more »
Perfectly positioned in hip Brixton Market, this steamy family-run Thai canteen attracts a huge following with its uncomplicated, no-holds-barred… more »
With Des McDonald (former CEO of Caprice Holdings) at the helm, this concept was always going to be a bit posher than your regular chippy – just… more »
The arrival of a new chef at this sleek, brick-clad modern French canteen has heralded a fleshed-out menu that mixes entrenched bistro classics… more »
Set in a prime slice of Marylebone real estate, this slick offering from the Searcy’s group paints an image of modern elegance with its… more »
Rough-hewn walls, gauzy curtains and low tables inlaid with mother-of-pearl might suggest a exotic Eastern hideaway, but family-run La Sophia’s… more »
Dark leather, white tiles and copper tones create a mood of weathered solidity at Hawksmoor Guildhall. The bar is a handsome space, sharing… more »
Quality remains as high as ever at the original Hawksmoor, and readers continue to praise the ‘fantastic’ steaks, ‘food-porn’ burgers… more »
Find the best restaurants in London where you can bring a bottle of wine with Square Meal’s list of the best restaurants where you can bring your own wine. A bottle of wine purchased in a restaurant is always going to be much more expensive and can really affect your final bill. Being able to bring your own wine not only means that you are guaranteed to be able to drink the exact wine of your choice, it also means that you’ll be paying a lot less for your meal out in London. There are plenty of restaurants in London offering this facility but it’s good to know which ones are the best of the bunch.
Square Meal’s guide to the best restaurants in London where you can bring your own wine is a selection of the very best restaurants in London offering this money saving facility. From Indian restaurants to French restaurants and Modern European restaurants to Thai restaurants, there are many London restaurants now offering diners the option of bringing their own bottle of wine.
Every one of the top restaurants in London where you can bring a bottle of wine featured in Square Meal’s list of the best London restaurants where you can bring your own wine have been tried and tested by critics and our own customers so check out the reviews with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from those who have visited, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.