Restaurants In Streatham
Straddled by Brixton and Tooting, two of South London's prime foodie hotspots, it's no surprise that Streatham is home to more than a few quality eateries. From slick and friendly pubs serving up some stonking seasonal fare, to party spots with a menu to match the cocktail list, we've got you the inside scoop on Streatham's best restaurants.
Located in the heart of the common, The Rookery is a crowd-pleasing cafe by day, serving brunch and lunch plates and some astonishingly cheap toasties. However, it's the venue's Spring Feast supper club that should really be piquing your interest as it brings together seasonal ingredients and stunning presentation for a warm and welcoming dining experience.
If their eclectic events schedule wasn't enough to get you through the door, Streatham Hill's Exhibit B has got the edible goods too in the form of kitchen residency Cattle Grid who will serve you up some delicious steaks, ribs and £10 Sunday roasts.
Home to one of the best beer gardens in South London, The Railway really comes into its own during the warmer months. And what better way to relax into summer than with a cold beer and a plate of delicious food from their hearty, seasonal menu?
Located on the bustling High Road, Streatham bar The Hamlet is a venue of many talents. Not only is it a cool bar that hosts live music sessions with its own quirky vinyl room, it also doubles-up as a brilliant restaurant serving plates from across the globe.