SquareMeal Review of
Davy's at White City
Tucked away in Wood Green's central ‘media village’, this branch of the Davy’s chain looks the part from the outside, & sports a pleasantly relaxed, convivial atmosphere. As it's largely
dependent on the resident media crowd for trade, it keeps erratic opening hours (be wary if you're thinking of popping in for a spot of Sunday lunch), & tends to fill up with familiar faces at
the end of the working week; business lunches & breakfasts are also popular. In common with the rest of the Davy's empire, the emphasis here is on good-quality, good-value wine: France &
the New World are strong suits, with a wide selection available by the bottle & glass. Fans of sherry can order a half-bottle of house Manzanilla to go with their tapas for a little over a
tenner, while port & Champagne are on hand for decadent working lunches.