My husband and I had an early dinner on Friday at 28-50 Wine Workshop and Kitchen. Our reservations were at 6:15 because that is the only time we could get a table 5 days in advance. Upon arrival there was a decent sized crowd of people at the bar whom looked like they had just gotten off work and most of the tables were empty. As the evening progressed the dining room was full and buzzy.
We started with a glass of Gruner recommended by one of the managers. It was crisp and zingy and the perfect way to start the meal. The wine list was stocked full of all sorts of interesting options and we decided to with a bottle of the Pojega Rispasso, which we were very satisfied with.
As far as food goes, I started with the pumpkin soup which was delightfully creamy with small bits of pumpkin, mushrooms, and chestnuts topped off with a dollop of mascarpone. My husband had the duck rilettes on sourdough which was well flavoured. For my main, I ordered the salt cod which was cooked perfectly and served on a bed of couscous and chorizo. My husband ordered the sea bass which was pan fried and slightly crispy on the outside and moist and delicious inside. It was served on a bed of basil farfalle and shellfish velouté.
Good food, good wine, and good service cost us £101.00 inclusive of water and tip. We will return.