If your requested time isn't available, try booking at Sager + Wilde Restaurant
Located on Haggerston’s Hackney Road in London’s hip east end, Sager + Wilde is an exclusive bar offering a long and carefully curated selection of fine wines from all over the world, available by the bottle and glass. With a range of delicious small plates and cured meats and cheeses also on the Sager + Wilde menu, foodies and wine enthusiasts alike are bound to love this fashionable East London establishment.
With a trendy industrial-chic interior and exposed brick walls, this chic Haggerston wine bar on Hackney Road is the place to be seen for east London’s most stylish crowd. Only the finest of wines make it on to the Sager + Wilde drink list, handpicked by the bar’s expert owners who have garnered years of experience touring the vineyards of South America. Expect to find a large range of the wines from around the world, including an array of rare bottles.
Also on the menu is a selection of small dishes. As aesthetically pleasing as they are tasty, these Instagram-worthy small plates include a pork pistachio and prune terrine with cornichons and dijon mustard, and baby courgettes served with tahini and mint. A range of charcuterie meats and speciality cheeses are also available, serving as the perfect accompaniment to your bottle of wine. This sleek Haggerston wine bar draws in a large crowd from all over Hoxton, Bethnal Green and further afield, so we recommended to book your reservation at Sager + Wilde well in advance.
Great wine, great service, great cheese toasties, great music! Really can't fault Sager + Wilde, and the wines are always interesting and delicious. Highly recommended.
This wine bar never seizes to deliver. On style, on atmosphere and, of course, on wine. Maybe not the best place to come as a single however, you might feel slightly overwhelmed by the number of dates happening around you...
Lovely wine and nibbles, great atmosphere. Also went next door to Morito for dinner after. This is fast becoming a very 'goody' part of London. Highly recommended.
great wines, great space, great atmosphere and great staff, we had a lovely time and tasted far too much wine. Will definitely be returning soon.
It's a very nice and hip looking place. Very small and the chairs are pretty uncomfortable and it's really loud in there. The food is nice although it'd be great to have some more variety. The wine is excellent. But all pretty pricy. We were 4 people and walked out with a huge bill. We asked for wine recommendations and the bottles that were recommended were super expensive. It was a bit disappointing that they didn't tell us about the price. Overall a nice place but I wouldn't go there again. There are much nicer places that are less pricy.
Service Excellent, lively and interesting place with good varied food and an interesting wine list. Having been to sister venue The Mission (now renamed I think) in Bethnal Green our expectations were high. Wine wasn't quite as good or as 'different' as we expected and eating lots of little plates and drinking wine by the glass soon sent the price up. £100 for two a bit people before service seemed steep. Would recommend though just explaining why not top marks.
We had an amazing night at S&W - staff were all excellent and they recommended some delicious wines. We also had all the food on the menu (!), which was amazing and super tasty. Went really well with the wines and was all fresh and felt relatively healthy... I love this place and always enjoy my evenings there.
Very intimate and small place with an amazing wine list of some 400+ references! Very local and friendly. The only downside from my side was the very limited selection of wines by the glass (7 reds and 7 whites) and the small nibble/food selection. Probably because my expectations were higher from feedback received. Other than that, really nice. Quite pricy as well. I would however go back again!
Great atmosphere, service, and wine! We tried a bottle of burgundy and a few glasses of a very old, excellent Italian wine. I went to their Paradise Row location a few days later, and when I emailed to ask about a wine I drank there, I received a super fast, detailed and friendly response.
Lovely little candlelit bar. Was busy but didn't feel crowed. The waiters were attentive but not pushy, the music was atmospheric and upbeat but you could still easily hear yourself speak. And you can book tables for drinks too! So brilliant for a low-key evening with wine loving friends or a date.