Iíve not actually visited this branch but Iíve been to a few (usually for drinkies with work colleagues) and they all seem much of a muchness. Far more of a wine bar than anything else - as the absence of any information about beers (but plenty about their wine range) on their website attests. Beers ar mainly of the keg world lager variety with more of the same in bottles. But there is also a smattering of Belgian beers available - including Duvel Green & Kasteel Cru Rose - and the odd drinkable UK offering (Adnams East Green springs to mind) in the past. Even a token handpump in some. Certainly no beer destination but not the worst desesrt either. The atmosphere is invariably clean, modern and a bit soulless. The London ones at least seem to be popular for girlie works outings.
AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 10/20
This chain, I think has been more of a seller of wines in the past. The wine list is reducing and the beer selection is improving. Some of the beers are a bit obvious, such as continental lagers, but you can usually get an ale and a weizen and it seems to change at least to some extent.