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The Fulham Wine Rooms

Fulham · Bar, Wine Bar · ££££
64 Reviews

About The Fulham Wine Rooms

Since The Fulham Wine Rooms opened its doors along the Fulham Road in 2010, Fulham’s dining, drinking and entertainment scene has changed – it certainly wouldn’t be the same without this neighbourhood wine bar doling out its tapas-style bar food and fuss-free European and British cuisine, with a wine pairing suggestion for every dish. Not to mention the loss the west London community would feel – oenophiles and casual tipplers alike – without The Fulham Wine Rooms’ expansive yet considered offering of 200 bottles and 48 wines by the glass.

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The Fulham Wine Rooms
871-873 Fulham Road, Fulham
London SW6 5HP

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 4:00 pm
4:00 pm - 12:00 am
4:00 pm - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
4:00 pm - 12:00 am
4:00 pm - 12:00 am
4:00 pm - 12:00 am

Chef's Choice



Jerusalem Artichoke & Beenleigh Blue Soup


Foie Gras Terrine, Plum Chutney


Selection of 3 Cured Spanish Jamon



Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Wild Mushroom Cream


Pan Seared Sea Trout, Fennel & Pink Grapefruit Salad


Chicken Breast, Root Vegetable Mash, Mustard Sauce 18



Onglet Steak, Hand-cut Chips, Lamb’s Lettuce

Steaks served with either Béarnaise or Peppercorn Sauce

Fillet Steak, Hand-cut Chips, Lamb’s Lettuce

Steaks served with either Béarnaise or Peppercorn Sauce

Côte de Boeuf

with Gratin Dauphinois, Lamb’s Lettuce (650gr)
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Further Information

As the name would suggest, the piece de resistance at The Fulham Wine Rooms is its well-stocked wine cellar. Here in Fulham the proprietors of one of London’s most revered wine bar families – there are sister outlets in Notting Hill and Hammersmith – have gone to great lengths to ensure that very bottle and bin, every drop offered by-the-glass, is selected for its ability to showcase the distinctive qualities of its terroir. The careful curatorial process at work behind the scenes at The Fulham Wine Rooms is perhaps best understood when you book for one of the regular wine tasting events held at the wine bar’s Fulham Road address, but even a casual glass to accompany a plate of tapas or a full evening meal will offer confirmation in equal measure.

The same commitment to the provenance of the wine that makes it to table (quality in the glass in maintained by the use of Enomatic wine dispensers) extends to the care that The Fulham Wine Rooms takes to ensure the quality of its offering across the board. It’s not all wine at this Fulham wine bar – the beer is from a brewery in south London’s Greenwich, gin and vodka comes courtesy of a boutique distillery in Hammersmith. As for the food, you can expect aged Scottish beef, Cornish crab, Gressingham duck, british cheeses from Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, and acorn-fed Spanish jamon and other premium ingredients to make an appearance on the bar plate or a la carte menus. And, once you’ve enjoyed the perfect pairing of wine and fine European and British food, every bottle is available to buy and take home.

64 The Fulham Wine Rooms Reviews

Simon M.a day ago · 3 reviews

Wonderful service last night at The Fulham road wine Rooms. Nothing was too much trouble. Food was delicious too. Definitely a good place to go

Emmanuelle R.2 months ago · 1 review

A friendly atmosphere and really good food. Would recommend the Sunday brunch . Haven't tested the regular menus neither the wine. Will recommend and home bavk

Joyce B.4 months ago · 1 review

The food was fabulous, the wine was even better and we had awesome service from the team as usual. Whether you're looking for a catch up with friends or a dinner for 2, Fulham Wine Rooms never disappoints.

Sophia T.4 months ago · 1 review

The venue is beautifully decorated, the head waitress is fantastic, advise very well on wine and food and the food is absolutely delicious! I would highly recommend that place.

Sarah C.8 months ago · 2 reviews

We went here for my boyfriends birthday. The service was excellent. Our waiter Adrian was fantastic and couldn't do enough for us. Unfortunately the food did not live up to expectations. We ordered the scallops to start then the Onglet and Pork Loin with a side of purple broccoli and salad. The starter and the main came at the same time by mistake which wasn't a big problem. The food however was all very cold. The purple broccoli was actually just normal green broccoli and very over done, watery and very cold. The meat was also very cold, we asked for rare and were advised medium rare. The inside was quite rare but the outside was burnt and did not taste nice at all. We were not impressed by the mains and felt the quality was not worth the price, usually happy to pay that in London. The dessert saved it a little the cheese platter was nice (not counting a few mouldy grapes) and the crime brûlée was extremely good. As for the wine the machines that allow you to use a card and take a taster was broken but the staff were very apologetic and offered a taste of any of the wines before we purchased. The Gewürztraminer was very nice but they ran out of this after 1 glass so we had to change to a different wine which wasn't as good. All in all a pretty bad experience and I would not go back or recommend to anyone which is a shame because the staff were fantastic and really tried to make it a good experience for both of us!

Liz J.9 months ago · 2 reviews

Super food with tender venison but spoiled by it being served cold. It was sent back and unfortunately still came back cold. I ate mine as very hungry but my friend sent hers back a third time and she asked for the sauce to be on the side, it came back with salt on the side and covered in sauce. They reduced the bill to compensate but It was a shame as meal somewhat spilt. We would come back as assume a one off experience and ambince very relaxed.

Margot B.2 months ago · 1 review

Food was average - ordered truffle burger and part of it was very rare, bordering on red. Other person ordered the bass. Dish was very small. Service was okay to start with and then the waiter disappeared for stretches of time. Didn't check in to see how our food was. Had to shout to get her attention both to get the bill and to pay. Haven't been there for a while but have always had good experiences in the past. Based on this visit, I wouldn't go out of my way to make a return visit.

imgMary O.a day ago · 1 review

Our visit was good but a couple of things could have improved it. My soup arrived cold, meaning my partner had finished his starter before I had received my correct one and the chips were exceptionally salty. Service was also a bit slow but this was down to there only being 3 staff and a large party in. The wine made the evening.

imgJolanda H.9 months ago · 1 review

Good service, relaxed atmosphere, but a bit expensive. It is my local 'go to' when I have friends to stay, but can't go too often because of the prices. But when I do go, I love the warm brick and ambiance.

Satty L.3 months ago · 1 review

Venue is very nice and a nice buzz. The service and tapas food served could do with a little tlc!! The service was not as friendly as the wine rooms should be and the tapas food was a little tasteless. The drinks and ambience was lovely...polar opposites.

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