The 10 Cases Wine Bar is one of the better known wine bars in London. We’d not visited them yet and were keen to try them out and see how they compared to some other great wine bars in London such as Terroirs, Brawn, 40 Maltby Street, etc.
Located on Endell street in Covent Garden, 10 Cases offers theatre goers and shoppers a perfect opportunity to indulge in wines and good food. The 10 cases gets its name from the fast that they only buy 10 cases of the same wine at once. As a result the wine list changes constantly. Similarly, the food at the 10 cases changes regularly with whatever ingredients are in season. All the dishes are to be found on the chalk boards spread out across different spots in the restaurant.
When we visited 10 Cases Wine bar we tried the following dishes:
- Egg, bacon and pork cheeks (8/10)
- Chickpea pancake with jamon (7.5/10)
- Foie gras & egg (8/10)
- Snails (9/10)
- Saucisson (8/10)
- Asparagus and grapefruit salad (8/10)
- Soft shell crab and avocado (8.5/10)
- Spicy fried squid (8.5/10)
- Steak & chips (7/10)
- Crispy pork belly (9/10)
- Chocolate mousse (7/10)
The total bill at the 10 Cases Wine bar came to £140 (including service charge and 2 glasses of wine).
The food rating for 10 Cases Wine bar: 8.5/10
The service rating for 10 Cases Wine bar: 8.5/10
Overall rating for 10 Cases Wine bar: 8.5/10
(The overall rating is based on personal taste, opinion of ambiance, service and price)