Davy’s Wine Vaults in Greenwich was first established in 1972 and has grown to the point where it now stocks over 100 different wines, including a large variety of both old- and new-world bottles and fine wines, some of which are available by the glass. The adjoining shop carries an even wider selection, but it’s not all about the vino. Head chef David Kirby has created a menu of canapes, snacks and appetisers – pan-fried halloumi with chorizo, mini Welsh rarebit and the like – and a bespoke buffet menu is offered at £16 per person. A live jazz band plays every Sunday.
|Venue name:||Davy's Wine Vaults|
161 Greenwich High Road
|Transport:||Tube: Greenwich rail/DLR|
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