This long-standing Barnes wine bar has a useful function room upstairs. It’s a good place to stop for a bite to eat on the way home, though the slightly hippy wooden furniture, candlelight & sweetly dippy staff lend it the sort of romance you could once find in Notting Hill. An open fire in the dining room keeps things snug in winter. Don’t expect wonders from the kitchen & you won’t be disappointed. Instead, relish the simple familiarity of the menu, which sports the likes of mussels with pesto & chips, simple risottos, steaks, fishcakes, croque monsieurs & Sunday roasts, supported by an OK wine list & the usual pub drinks. Not everyone ‘gets’ the statement sculpture in the main bar – if you don’t, enjoy the delightful garden instead.
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