By Alex Hunt MW | December 1 2020
Paradise Row is housed in an old railway arch.
Inside, the restaurant is simple but stylish, with high-back chairs and bare-wood tables filling an unusual arch-roofed space.
Outside, it opens onto a fairly large terrace, where rows of picnic benches ensure plenty of space for both diners and drinkers.
A list that spans more than 250 bottles features a prominent selection of Old World wines and pushes the lower-intervention, more-sustainable options without neglecting the old classics.
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