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have a feeling port is going to be big this year and there really isn’t a better place to enjoy a tipple or two than the pop-up Churchill’s Port House in the heart of Soho. The cosy restaurant serves port and wines matched to tapas dishes, including port flights which feature a selection of 3 different ports – take ours and their advice and start with the white port.

From the food don’t miss the grilled spicy chorizo and the charcuterie board featuring a selection of Acorn-fed Iberico and Cecina Meats. The juicy pork belly with watermelon was perfectly cooked and filo-pastry baskets with Morcilla Iberica, Roasted Chestnuts and a Mango-chilli Sauce were crunchy parcels filled with flavour.

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But lets face it, you really should never drink port without cheese and the artisan cheese board with Churchills Vintage 1997 red port was the perfect end to a faultless meal. We think we might just of found our new fav place in Soho.

26 Greek St, London, W1D 5DE