Welcome to the most exciting and innovative fusion cuisine in the UK – also home to the largest selection of premium New Zealand wine in Europe.

The Tapa Room – our ground floor all-day restaurant, café and wine bar.

The Providores – our first floor contemporary dining room, offering an innovative dining experience in a comfortable and relaxed environment.


The Tapa Room

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Craggy Range Wine Dinner

18th of September at 6.30pm


Join us for an exciting evening exploring a wonderful selection of Craggy Range wines. We will be presenting you with a five course menu designed by executive chef Peter Gordon and head chef Matthew Dunn, matching each course with Craggy Range’s delicious wines.

Matt Stafford chief winemaker at Craggy Range will join Matthew to discuss their respective wine and food philosophies, and to guide you through the evening’s menu. A great opportunity for you to taste a selection of wines from one of our favourite New Zealand vineyards.

Limited places available at £80 per person

(inclusive of all wine/food and service charge)

Book your tickets here (sold out)

Featured Wine Of The Month

We are proud to offer the largest selection of premium New Zealand wines of any restaurant in Europe.  We hope you find our list informative and concise - and that you are able to make an informed selection from it.  We are constantly evolving our wine list, keenly aware of supporting the many vineyards throughout New Zealand with whom we’ve built strong relationships over the years.

Read more about our feature for August here
Learn more about New Zealand Wine Regions here

The Perfect Imperfection
New work by Peter Bezuijen

We have a Resident Artist here at The Providores!
He is Peter Bezuijen, and a selection of his
artworks are on display around the restaurant.
His latest work can be found on his website.
You also find him on Instagram.

And, if you like his work, please vote for him in the Art Rooms Public Choice Award!

Peter Bezuijen