Gyngleboy

27 Spring Street , London, W2 1JA

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SquareMeal Review of Gyngleboy

Out-of-towners who have just stepped off the train at Paddington station may not be familiar with the London-only Davy’s brand, but it doesn’t take long to get to grips with a concept that’s all about wine, sawdust & British nostalgia. Instead of lesser-spotted City workers (the chain’s usual customer base), this venue is populated by in-transit drinkers clutching a glass of something civilised to help them on their way. The options include own-label bottles as well as an accessible international spread from reputable sources (plus a couple of draught ales), while those looking to avoid on-board catering can choose from a food menu with a similarly globetrotting character. Take your pick from an inventory that runs from hand-carved Alderton ham & oak-smoked salmon to treacle tart & chocolate pannacotta, via Hungarian goulash, salmon niçoise & tortilla sharing plates.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Paddington Station 165m

Paddington Tube Station 324m

Address

Address: 27 Spring Street , London W2 1JA

Area: Paddington Bayswater

Opening times

Mon-Fri 9am-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Trinity Arts Centre 636m

U.C.I. Whiteleys 8 Cinema 899m

Details

Telephone: 020 7723 3351

Website:

Cuisine: Wine Bars

Private Dining: 4, 60

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Intimacy is the name of the game at this small private room seating just four, in a wine bar where well-kept ale and decent globe-trotting wines are a given. Clearly if you have matters of state to discuss without the fear of prying ears – or just a simple working lunch - this may be just the ticket. Into the bargain, you can enjoy a simple menu of sandwiches or salads as well as Davy’s classics, from potted shrimps and duck paté to home-baked ham, risotto, prawn linguine or bangers and mash.


Private Dining Room
Capacity: 4
Restaurant Hire
Capacity: 60

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