The Wine Cellar, Kentish Town Road

First visited Tuesday 16th August 2011

Interior:
It’s not strictly true to say that I first visited the wine cellar on this date, as I’d been in a few times in the past for spicy sausages, vinho verde and the like. However, this was my first visit to sit indoors and have a hot drink. And yes it is a caff, but it’s also a delicatessen! which makes the interior quite fun and a bit tempting. Staff are friendly (although much friendlier to the cute 3 year old on the table next door than to me) and it’s a pleasant place to spend half an hour, although probably a bit small to expect to read a book there for an afternoon.

Food:
The wine cellar does the full range of sandwiches you might expect but I went a bit off course and had a pasteis de bachaulau. Heated up the in the microwave it was yummy! Decaff coffee was really quite nice although I felt a bit embarassed asking for it. The last time I did that in a portugese place (in vauxhall), they let me add the sachet of instant (presumably so I wouldn’t think such foul brown water was anything like their *real* coffee). The two proprietresses had to confer as to whether or not they did it but were quite happy to make it and it did come out of the machine. You can’t get a full breakfast here, but there are some really interesting fishy looking sandwich fillings and they do hot dishes too.

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2 Responses to “The Wine Cellar, Kentish Town Road”

  1. kennedy Says:

    hiu there i was working in london so not that familiar but of the caffs visited i have to say one near to c&w property smale house seems best thats the butchers mean sk pud and french beans there. the caff at dock street ok bit tight on bacon ration,
    breakfasts near heathrow, in village near brentside at cross roads, little caff at acton, near red lion sq opposite the t&G building chippy excellent done in lard.
    the old jewish shop up in brick lane, bagel – salt beef with lashings of english mustard great stuff. out near kingston, one by the big mast. must be more list them? no time sorry.

  2. Uncle jack Says:

    The wine cellar in Kentish Town Road. A real good eating experience. Good prices. Wine too. Certainly worth a visit.

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