Wine bar with the mostest, The Drop offers a good (but not overwhelming) range of fizz, orange, rosé, white and red wine. We tried an intimidatingly cloudy orange number, then settled on a far less vinegary, far more crisp rounded and delish' pinot blanc. Cooking here is pleasantly simple, with lots of hearty British dishes coming out to play: chicken liver pâté, rarebit, pork pies, boiled ham - it's the kind of food that cries out for fine wine. We soaked ours up with a heavily buttered hake freshened up with sweet and juicy tomatoes; and the wintry flavours of a roast squash with onions, pumpkin seeds and crispy sage. If you are living the sort of life where you can shop in the plush boutiques of Coal Drops Yard, then you really could just drop in here, at a moments notice, after luxury errands. You'd sit at high stools, under a beautiful vaulted brick ceiling and sip on a glass of something rare while knocking back oysters and belly laughs. Life, eh?