Ramen, sushi and hot plates? Kibou is a gorgeous Clapham Junction restaurant where Japanese food and Tokyo cuisine shines. Enjoy a signature katsu curry or keep it simple with plates of maki, nigiri and sashimi at this trendy, and dare we say romantic, spot on Northcote Road.
Best Restaurants In Clapham
As far as the various culinary scenes of London are concerned, Clapham has really taken off. While we should certainly be grateful that the upsurge in bars and restaurant, it has given us more choice that we could have ever dreamed of. From hearty burger joints to cool dumpling houses, neighbourhood haunts to cosy pubs, here is the ultimate guide to restaurants in Clapham.
No 32 The Old Town is bringing bags of style and deliciousness with a casual, all-day restaurant in Clapham. The spot knocks up healthy and delicious meals in gorgeous surrounds, with an airy rooftop terrace (ideal for summer), mottled grey restaurant and fire-place filled dining room.
A pub with a twist, The Northcote is at the forefront of restaurants in Clapham blending the line between revered pub and gastro restaurant. If you're looking for a top South London spot for seasonal fare and top-quality bevs, this place really is a strong contender.
Just a stone's throw from Clapham Common and Clapham Junction, Three Little Birds serves Jamaican inspired small plates, teamed with a variety of rums and delicious cocktails. Expect a friendly atmosphere, banging brunch and brilliant happy hour at this top neighbourhood spot.
Sitting on St John's Hill, the Plough is a top Clapham pub and restaurant. The bar is stocked full of all your favourite drinks, including a selection of craft beers and real ales, produced by London's most famous breweries, perfect for washing down all those hearty pub plates with.
The Belle Vue mixes in contemporary touches with traditional pub values to create a wonderful place for you to eat in Clapham. Expect a deliciously modern menu, complete with vegan and vegetarian dishes, and updated classic pub dishes to boot.
A bright and sleek burger joint on the High Street, Haché offers something for any and all diets and lifestyles. From vegan patties covered in grilled aubergine and plant-based cheese, to hefty steak and lamb offerings topped with truffle shavings, it's a top-notch place to eat in Clapham.
Packed with flavours of the world, Mommi brings a new kind of aesthetic to Clapham's drinking and dining scene. Venture into a colourful mural of Japanese and South American cuisines and try out their eclectic range of dishes with cocktails that are equally as punchy.
Perched on the edge of Clapham Common, The Little Orange Door is one of our top picks for eating out in South London. The menu is made up of all-day classics, from juicy burgers to truffle-topped fries, washed down with a selection of handcrafted cocktails.
Wine and tapas-style small plates go hand in hand at this gorgeous spot on Northcote Road. Known for their secret terrace and romantic vibes, Vagabond is the ultimate evening out in Clapham, with handpicked bottles and beautiful dishes in abundance.
If cool and casual restaurants are your vibe, Rosa's Thai Cafe on Northcote Road is a top recommendation. Keeping things humble with traditional Thai dishes and bowls, this Clapham restaurant is a must for those with a hankering for green curries, noodle dishes and spring rolls.
Just a wee hop from Clapham, The Schoolhouse is one of the coolest and quirkiest restaurants in South London. Harking back to school-time nostalgia, this place will have you enter a world of classic eats on plastic dinner trays and bubbling cocktails in conical flasks.
A hearty pub in Clapham, The Clapham North may pay homage to all of your favourite beers at reasonable prices, but they're hot footing it on the dinner list too. Eating out in South London? Give them a try for humble gastro grub that's sure to leave you comfortably stuffed.
Seen queues out the door for a brunch spot in Clapham? You know it's The Breakfast Club on Battersea Rise. Notorious for their all-day American-inspired breakfast plates, this quirky, colourful and kitsch dining location is a must-try in the area if you're all things avo and eggs.
A must-try when it comes to the art of brunch in South London, Megan's is a Clapham restaurant where lazy afternoon sittings and healthy dinners shine. Settle down under the tree covered in fairy lights and delve into their menu of Mediterranean-style dishes at your leisure.