Churchill’s Port House

26 Greek Street , London,

SquareMeal Review of Churchill’s Port House

This pukka, port-pimping pop-up proved so popular that its ongoing presence in a Soho townhouse has been prolonged – indefinitely, we hope. Run by Max Graham, son of the founder of Churchill’s of Oporto, its offer of premium sips partnered by tapas is helping to overcome any misguided notion that the titular fortified wine is primarily the preserve of vicars and old ladies. Equally good with cheeses, charcuterie, tapas and chocolate, the range of tipples runs from a deeply rewarding, complex 20-year-old tawny (£10) to a top-of-the-range 1997 vintage. Typical small plates might include beetroot gazpacho, foie gras bonbons, salmon tartare with avocado and pork belly with watermelon. Enthusiastic staff will talk you through options and tasting flights of three; alternatively, try one of the wines from Churchill’s Estate by the glass.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Tottenham Court Road Tube Station 246m

Leicester Square Tube Station 295m


Address: 26 Greek Street , London

Area: Soho

Opening times

Tues-Sat 12N-12M (Tues-Wed 5pm- )

Nearby Landmarks

Prince Edward Theatre 42m

Old Compton Street 71m


Telephone: 07826 624711


Cuisine: Bars

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