A useful neighbourhood restaurant, where the prices are appealing, the cooking reliable & the wine list good value. There are occasional blips in service, which can be fretful & forgetful,
& the background music is sometimes ‘brash’, but complaints are minor. Food is given more importance at Brinkley’s Kitchen than in other branches of this wine-bar & off-licence group. The
chefs have an impressively broad repertoire, from homemade focaccia & goats’ cheese ravioli, to Thai green curry, via burgers & crab cakes. Although the wine isn’t as obviously inexpensive
as at other Brinkley’s outlets, BK still offers very good deals, with a bottle of 2009 Jadot Mâcon-Villages costing a mere £15. Such value, together with well-priced set lunches, keeps the place
busy during the day when many places in the vicinity are empty.
WINE LIST: Brinkley’s offers excellent choice & value for money thanks to its wine shop. This allows the restaurant to deliver a well-rounded list at retail prices, offering great value at all price points, as well as wines from most regions. House wine starts at £13.50. BEST BUY WHITE 2005, Domaine Billaud-Simon, Chablis Premier Cru, Burgundy, France, £32.50. BEST BUY RED 2008 Hamilton Russell Vineyards, Pinot Noir, Walker Bay, South Africa, £40.
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