Don’t be fooled by the name, you'll find no photocopying paper or Pritt sticks here. Instead, expect plenty to wet your whistle at the bijou bar attached to this charming wine & food emporium set in a converted Victorian workshop. Marché aux Puces styling, a St Germain beatnik soundtrack, a dinky city garden & packaging from 1950s comestibles are lovely, but everyone is here for ‘les vins’. A regularly refreshed selection of reasonably priced goodies, mostly from small independent growers, reflect the owner’s French origins. Pay corkage (£9) on anything from the reasonably priced offerings on the shelves, or enjoy a limited selection by the glass. Sip organic vin de pays, full-bodied Burgundy or, perhaps, a gutsy Cahors over a plate of charcuterie or cheese with crusty artisan breads. Cidre, bloody Mary & croques complete the Clochemerle vibe.
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