Just steps from Paddington station, tucked away unassumingly next to a laundromat on the busy little corner of Spring Street and Conduit Place, proudly stands the Gyngleboy, another member of the Davy’s wine bar family. What could a Gyngleboy possibly be, you might ask? It’s actually the name for a leather pouch for drinking alcohol, indeed a fitting name for this cosy watering hole. Known for its fresh food offerings as well as drinks, this hole-in-the-wall pub is a local favourite.
Like the rest of the Davy’s London wine bars, Gyngleboy is respected throughout London for its
exquisite wines, welcoming atmosphere and unbeatable service. With an extensive menu featuring
only the best wines from as far away as New Zealand, you can drink your way around the world at
this comfortable pub. Best of all, the staff at this Paddington pub are happy to help you select the
perfect drink, regardless of whether you’re a novice or a self-proclaimed wine snob.
While some visit for the lovely atmosphere, great drinks and friendly service, others visit simply for
the food. Featuring a menu of beloved British classics like Cumberland sausage and mash or pork
belly casserole, as well as some top-notch international fare, even the most pretentious of foodies
can agree that Davy’s Gyngleboy is a prime dining establishment, perfect for a dinner with friends or
even an intimate date. Just a two minute walk from Paddington station on Spring Street, it could
hardly be easier to reach.
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Monday - Friday lunch and dinner