A wine bar and restaurant in the City, The Tappit Hen offers a by-the-glass wine selection and an extensive collection of Port and fortified wines alongside modern British cooking. Situated in the former London home of the Sandeman Port house, look out for subtle references to the building’s rich, wine history throughout.
The frequently changing Tappit Hen menu features dishes like Chapel & Swan smoked salmon, warm potted shrimp butter with toasted crumpet, duck confit with sweet potato mash or Kentish Hop sausage with lentils.
Round off with a tempting dessert like sticky toffee baked Alaska, Chase gin posset with winter rhubarb or a dark chocolate brownie. The extensive wine selection at The Tappit Hen restaurant features many wines shipped exclusively by Davy’s Wine Merchants.
The Tappit Hen in London is a 2-minute walk from Bank and Cannon Street Tube Stations. Renowned St Paul’s Cathedral is a short walk away.
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19 September 2019
Had the special offer menu and we were really impressed with the quality of the food. Great wine selection too. Will definitely be returning.