Primarily a wine bar, Cellar Magneval is the sort of independent hideaway that every town needs. This chic little spot boasts quirky and eclectic Continental-themed decor that sets the scene perfectly for an evening of ﬁne wine, with over 90 different varieties available, and delicious nibbles. We sampled some charcuterie sharing platters that featured the likes of wild boar and wonderfully peppery saucisson accompanied by cornichons. We also enjoyed a pot of olives and pesto, feta-stuffed peppers and a bread basket with balsamic vinegar glaze. The star of the night for us, though, was deﬁnitely the cheese trolley, which moved from table to table tempting diners with a selection of 20 or so British and French cheeses. The attentive staff helped us choose an assortment that included fresh goat’s cheese and a lovely aged Comté. To accompany your tipple, there is also a delicious selection of open sandwiches available at lunchtime, alongside the normal food menu.