Todd’s at the Jamaica Wine House

St Michael’s Alley, Cornhill , London, EC3V 9DS

SquareMeal Review of Todd’s at the Jamaica Wine House

With its faded Toulouse-Lautrec posters and dusty vintage bottles waiting to be turned, Todd’s looks to have been around since Sweeney of that ilk. In truth, the warm, woody cellar bar beneath the fabulously atmospheric Jamaica Wine House – a former 17th-century coffee house frequented by Samuel Pepys – is a brand new use for an old storage room. Find a high table or a snug booth and settle in for honestly priced wines pitched at office workers rather than their Pétrus-glugging banker bosses. A mellow Macon at £18.50 or a fruit-burst Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec (£21.50) are at the pricier end of a list that has tipples by the glass from £3.10. Ales are from owners Shepherd Neame, while cheeses, seafood, charcuterie and ‘British boards’ are joined by pies, duck leg cassoulet, moules-frites and other staples. Well worth seeking out in the City.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Fenchurch Street Station 119m

Bank Tube Station 237m

Address

Address: St Michael’s Alley, Cornhill , London EC3V 9DS

Area: Monument Tower Hill Aldgate

Opening times

Mon-Fri 11am-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Merchant Taylors' Hall 73m

Leadenhall Market 167m

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Telephone: 020 7929 6972

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