Like Monday mornings demand coffee, Friday evenings demand wine – thats the way it is. One place in particular we have noticed, serving it up just right is 28-50 Wine Workshop & Kitchen conveniently located on Maddox Street.
Owned by Icelandic chef Agnar Sverrisson, 28°-50° Maddox Street provides a delicious dining experience in a warm and inviting environment.
The menu reads like a list of my favourite comfort foods; salmon gravlax with mustard yoghurt and rye bread and large rib-eye steak with buttery béarnaise sauces and for pud’, rich pistachio Crème brûlée. YUM.
We kicked off the proceedings with myself choosing the succulent crab tortellini which came in a Miso broth, with spring onions and toasted garlic and my guest started with portion of salt beef with hot horseradish and mustard on toast.
For the mains both myself and my guest could not refuse the Grilled Canadian lobster which was very fresh and came with Aïoli, garlic butter and green leaves. On the side we also went for a cauliflower cheese, and as if that wasn’t enough we topped it off with a portion of triple cooked chips.
In for a penny in for a pound; we rounded things off by sharing an Icelandic blueberry Skyr with poached rhubarb, granola, hazelnuts, honey and mint, which was washed down with a feisty espresso, bringing us back to life so we were ready to continue our night.
In addition to the o-so-juicy menu, Maddox Street has one of the most interesting wine lists in London, featuring a range of over 30 traditional and eclectic red and white wines available by the glass, carafe or bottle at one glass more tempting prices.
We left 28-50 feeling really well fed and ready to do some dancing…
17-19 Maddox Street