The Eden Wine Bar

The Eden Wine Bar
Food & drink | Grantham | Restaurant
The Eden Wine Bar, Restaurant & Coffee House offers an elegant dining experience and an idyllic place to relax. We boast a variety of menus from lunch favourites and dinner menus, as well as an exciting cicchetti menu. From our relaxing bar to our peaceful beer garden, we here at the Eden aim to offer a calming place to unwind after a hard day's work and are committed to providing a good service and great quality food. The Eden Wine Bar would like to assure you a warm welcome and we look forward to seeing you soon.
6 Market Place
Grantham
NG31 6LJ
www.edenhq.co.uk
enquiries@edenhq.co.uk
01476 569752 01476 591321

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6 Market Place
Grantham
NG31 6LJ
www.edenhq.co.uk
enquiries@edenhq.co.uk
01476 569752 01476 591321

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