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P. Franco

Bars and pubs, Wine bars Clapton
5 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)

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P. Franco says
Wine shop and bar with seasonal food.

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Address: 107 Lower Clapton Road
Hackney
London
E5 0LZ
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Users say (4)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.7 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:2
  • 4 star:1
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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Tastemaker

Probably the best dinner I've had this year. Sat by the front window, my date and I asked the waitress to serve us what she thought was best, and then we ordered almost every dish on the food menu. It was incredible, every bite so different with great textures and flavour combination. I cannot wait for them to open their new venue so I can eat here all the time. 


And obviously the wine was perfect too, but that's a given right? 

tastemaker

Really lovely concept - organic wines from around the world and pop up chef who cooks thurs-sun. First time, I stopped by on Saturday afternoon, just for a glass and

ended up staying for about 4 hours, trying almost all the dishes on the menu and tasting different wines. The staff is really friendly, knowledgable and caring. Amazing place, can't wait to go again.

Tastemaker

We stopped by P. Franco for a glass on wine on a Thursday evening recently, not knowing what to expect. As a first impression I liked how they had kept the previous Chinese restaurant sign up, which was kind of in disrepair, and the only indication of what was inside was a little sign saying P. Franco in the window. 


They have a wall of thoughtfully selected wines with two prices - one for drinking in and one for taking away. We were wanting to just have a few glasses of different wines, and instead of giving us a menu, they asked what we were after and chose the wines according to that. I’m definitely guilty of going for the cheapest wine on a menu, or the second cheapest as a splurge.. so it was kind of nice to have that decision taken away from me, so I could focus on what kind of wine I actually wanted to drink. In the end, the glasses we had came to £6.50 or £7 each.


There is one big communal table in the middle, with some other seating looking out the windows as well. The guys running the bar were really friendly and relaxed. This is definitely a great, chilled place to come and just try a few new wines. They also have a small menu, which we didn’t order from, but it looked appealing.

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