south west

SW1 Burger & Lobster – £25
SW1 Chop Shop – £19* (wine) £28* (sparkling) *price of house equivalent
SW1 Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley – £50
SW1 Roux at Parliament Square – £24 (white), £29 (red), £39 (dessert), £79 (champagne)
SW1 Sake No Hana – £30 (wine), £45 (champagne), £25 (sake)
SW1 Zafferano – starting from £50

SW3 Bumpkin – £17.50
SW3 Daphne’s – £15 (wine), £30 (premium wine – riserva, grand cru, premier cru etc.)
SW3 Outlaw’s at The Capital – £30, no corkage on Thursdays (lunch and dinner)
SW3 Racine – £25 (wine), £35 (champagne)

SW4 The Dairy – £20
SW4 Trinity – £20 (wine), £30 (champagne), £40 (magnum)

SW6 Harwood Arms – £15

SW8 Brunswick House Cafe – £15 (wine), £20 (sparkling)
SW8 Canton Arms – £15 (price of house wine)

SW10 Medlar – £20

SW11 Soif – £15 (no corkage on Mondays)

SW15 Enoteca Turi – £20 (wine), £25 (champagne), £40 (magnum)

SW17 Chez Bruce – £25 (bottle), £50 (magnum), £18.50 (half bottle)

SW19 Fox and Grapes – £10 (wine), £15 (champagne)

 

Disclaimer: Restaurants can change corkage policies at any time, and may even stop offering BYO altogether. Please use this list as a guideline only and always check with the establishment prior to bringing your own wine to a meal.

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