From today, a new cafe comes to Clapham with Nue Ground. It's from Joanna & Jayke Mangion - co-owners of Clapham Leisure, the people behind WC, Powderkeg, Brickwood and more.
Taking over at Counter Culture, the tiny 14 seat restaurant next door to The Dairy in Clapham, is chef Sam Ashton-Booth, who will be launching ’The Allotment’ from July 23. Sam was most recently head chef at the now-closed Stem in Mayfair, and before that worked at Anglo, Gidleigh Park, and Restaurant Story. Unlike the recent pop-ups at The Counter, he's taking over the space from now on.
As the name suggests, many of the ingredients in Sam’s dishes will
Fresh from their successful residency at Highbury's Mountgrove Bothy, husband and wife team - John Chantarasak and Desiree West's AngloThai are heading to south London for their next venture. They'll be popping up at Robin and Sarah Gill's Clapham restaurants, Counter Culture and The Dairy for May and June.
First up, they'll be taking over Counter Culture serving up their traditional Thai recipes and flavours married with modern techniques and seasonal
The Dairy's next door counter restaurant Counter Culture has been roaming the world in inspiration for its menus. Recently we've had Mexican and Caribbean
They've been to Mexico and the South of France, but next up on the world tour at Clapham's Counter Culture is The Caribbean. Every stage features menus influenced by one of the chefs’ own backgrounds. This time it's Jack Barwick who was born and raised in the Cayman Islands and who won Bookatable's young chef of the year 2017.
Jack's menu will showcase the very best of the Caribbean with some playful
When a former Natoora director opens his own south London pizzeria, you'd better expect every ingredient to have been impeccably sourced.
By now, Clapham craft boozer The King & Co must surely have one of the London’s most frequently changing kitchen rosters, having just announced yet another residency. This time it’s Malt + Pepper, who’ll be taking the reins for a slightly longer pop-up spanning three months, themed all around everyone’s favourite summer tipple, beer.
Malt + Pepper want to focus on beer as an
Super handy for the cricket ground, this new British restaurant has a serious team behind it, chock full of ex-Paradise Garage and The Dairy chefs.
Changes are afoot at Counter Culture, the counter-and-stools restaurant from the people behind The Dairy (and right next-door to it). They're kicking off a new menu that will change every two months, circling the globe to concentrate on new cuisines each time, and giving them the Counter Culture twist, adding housemade pickles, ferments and cures.
First up, they're looking at Mexican food. That menu
A new pizzeria is coming to Clapham with a creative list of toppings, starter plates, and cocktails - including a smoked chocolate Manhattan…
It's farewell to The Manor and hello to Sorella, a new Italian restaurant from The Dairy group that'll be springing up in its place.
Is there any pub in London that loves a pop-up more than Clapham’s The King & Co? They’ve just announced their n’th (we've genuinely lost count) residency, this time splitting kitchen duty between Tem Ban and Taco Rebels.
It’ll be Tem Ban’s second time taking control of the kitchen, which will see head chef Craig Broadhurst (Smoking Goat, The Begging Bowl) returning to dish up Thai
After getting off to a great start down in Tooting, Brick and Liquor has made the move to Clapham to open their next branch of his cocktail bar. It's larger, with seats for 100, has a decently sized menu for bar snacks, and serves brunch (including a full English with savoury pancakes) on the weekend.
If you hear the word ‘pop-up’ and ‘Clapham’ in the same sentence, it’s reasonably safe to assume the next ones are be ‘King & Co’, Clapham Park Road’s stalwart boozer and host to seemingly non-stop kitchen residencies. New for August, to squeeze out even more of those much needed summery vibes, there’s a Sicilian residency on the way from Cucina Rustica, who’ll bringing with them all
Fans of Macellaio RC’s other branches can now head to their new Battersea base, where beef will be butchered and dry-aged aged on site. The new branch will be of particular interest to wine fans too, given the impressive collection of unique bottles of regional Italian vino on offer.
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