St. John Bread and Wine
As well as selling goods to take home from our bakery, wines by the bottle or the case can be bought from our lists to take home with some delivery available.
Bread & Wine has been voted Best British Restaurant by the Evening Standard and named as best value restaurant by The Observer Food Monthly.
Devilled kidneys for breakfast! Delicious
It was memorable & is definitely go again
Lovely, homely food, with the menu suiting the weather perfectly. Amazing service from our waitress, perfect balance of interaction and just leaving us to it. Left rolling out of the restaurant I was so full. Would come back!
Not much flavour on the food. Service average. Price high for overall experience.
Overall, disappointing. Most of what we had was fine, but far from amazing. One dish, Whipped cod was too salty. Service was friendly and efficient.
best meal of the year so far, and my companion and I will be returning shortly.
We had higher expectations. The Food was very good but nothing outstanding. The service was especially terrible in the beginning and became better as the night continued.
Excellent as always. This place is always 'interesting' as it allows you to experiment and give your palate some new choices. Don't be misled into thinking it's just meat and offal based as we had a delicious veggy alternative, so something for everyone. Just one slight complaint, it took ages for our main course to arrive although I think this might have been a miscommunication......but with a bit more communication (both ways) this could have been eliminated. Overall most enjoyable!
Everything was just very good and the madeleines were out of this world. Great friendly service.
We had a very nice evening at St Johns bread and wine. Perfect service, good food and a very good wine menu. Only problem was the seating which was close to the door, every time someone came in it was drafty and cold.
Late breakfast on a Sunday. Excellent bacon sandwich and scotch woodcock. The baby enjoyed his toast too!
Sunday morning breakfast place 1/2 full 45mins after opening, and filling to capacity by noon. (v.noisy)
Servers rushed off their feet but managing to keep smiling.
One of the essential foodie experiences in London. Literally surprising dining, so unexpected, never less than orgasmically delicious even when it's something you're pretty sure you don't like. (I don't generally like organ meats. I always like the way they do organ meats here.) You will eat things here that you've never had the chance to try before, and you will love it all. I've been here several times over the past few years, and it's always, always beyond wonderful, and always memorable. Will absolutely return again.
Bonus awesomeness: Staff were able to add an extra person to our group -- bumping us up from 4 to 5, which I *know* is tricky -- at the last minute, which we were so grateful for.
Don’t know what’s going on with bread & wine, it’s always been so good when we’ve dined there before. Maybe we hit an off day? Had some real service clangers including
-No sparkling water (at the beginning of the shift and two doors down from a supermarket where supplies could be bought)
- No listing anywhere on menu of soft drink choices
- Luke warm side orders
- no soap in the bathrooms - again at the start of a shift
- Very disinterested and disengaged table service
- Lack of knowledge of food portion sizes and ingredients
-10 minutes trying to get someone’s - anyone’s - attention to get the bill
Will definitely not be returning
My husband rice pudding & the Madeleine’s work very well together. Thanks team at St John!
The food was enough! Never fails to disappoint ... venue, lighting, service, staff, decor, atmosphere ... all spot on!
j'adore! just no one gave us knives for our meat and we were not given extra sharing plates or the tea we asked for ! but otherwise, nice and accommodating!
Wonderful food, even for non-meat eater; the smoked sprats and the green sauce accompanying the roasted squash were heavenly. The unpretentious, frugal decor makes it perfect for understated business lunches and relaxed day-out with friends.
While visiting London we had to eat at St.John. My chance to get into Bread and Wine was set. My expectations high, while this location is a little more down to earth the food quality and experience was spot on EXCELLENT!
Everything was great, from the steak tartare and bone marrow to the OX heart was everything you’d expect. Treat yourself, please.
Great 'earthy' meal with outstanding flavours. Its triumph is the simplicity and earnest flavours.....all of which are complimented by knowledgeable staff. Not sure why we were tucked up out of the way behind the bar as we booked 2 months in advance and the restaurant was not busy....we felt we were atbthe naughty table!!!
delicious food; brilliantly creative menu; fun staff; good value for money and interesting wines; dangerous vieille prune; overall - excellent!
First time to Bread we had a terrific meal and look forward to our next visit.
Lovely food and very nice atmosphere
All staff are very helpful and friendly
One of the restaurants of the esteemed Fergus Henderson, St. John Bread and wine upholds the standards of England's most famous "nose-to-tale" chef. My wife and I dined here after eating at the original St. John several years ago. The quality of food and service was everything we expected.
A fun place to go, with a neighborhood feel, packed on a Sunday evening. The servers were extremely nice, but over-extended, so there were gaps when waiting to order. The menu has a good mix of challenging foods (eel, tripes, offal) and more mainstream thins. Even a few vegetarian items. Desserts were delicious, including the madeleines which arrive hot (order 10 mins ahead).
Fantastic madeleines and friendly service in a relaxed setting
simple but of great quality. nice place serving traditional dishes with a twist.
A delight as always. A most satisfying sharing experience, food delicious and well prepared and presented. Most friendly members of staff.
Always lovely - the relaxed atmosphere, no nonsense set up and general ease of St John’s always hit the mark. If you’re afraid of the unknown or a vegetarian then it’s not going to be your cup of tea, but if you’re up for seeing what you’re missing in the supermarket meat aisle you’ll have a fab time.
Lovely setting great food as always and really enjoyed the sharing ethos
My personal happy place! Amazing food, great concept and very warm service. Every single time! Highly recommended.
Great food! we especially liked the blood cake and mussels. The fruit dessert is good and refreshing!
Food was so delicious and we will definitely come back again. The service was excellent and we really enjoyed the lunch.
Very nice relaxed meal with interesting and tasty food
Fantastic tastes and flavors as usual
Great fun sharing dishes with friends - washed down with a couple of bottles of house Claret.
Superb quality produce and meets prepared to perfection. Always changing menu makes this a place you want to keep returning to as you’ll find something new and wonderful each visit.
The food on offer is quite different from the general breakfast menu. I had the Kidneys and they were very tasty. My friend had the Bloodcake, which also went down very well. We are ardent nose to tail fans and people who try out the special items on the menu will, no doubt, enjoy them.
After waiting for 35 mins for our drinks and our order to be taken we left the building, they didn't seem to care, as the staff watched us pick up our coats and leave. The food, well we only had tap water which was like the shoulder they gave us ... cold
Excellent food, impeccable service. A touch noisy but who cares - the meat was outstanding.
Very good food and service :)