The King & Co can’t seem to get enough of kitchen residencies. Recently we’ve seen the Clapham Common boozer welcome the likes of MYPIE, Division 194, and now, new for this
After three decades in the industry, Lorraine Angliss is opening her fifth restaurant on Battersea Rise. It looks set to be a leafy neighborhood joint with plenty of cocktails, with food from Riccardo Villar, and Nick Marfe of the Rock & Rose.
Traditional sourdough pizzeria called Radio Alice is coming to Clapham, tucked away on picturesque Venn Street, just around the corner from north end of Clapham Common.
It's the second Radio Alice in London, coming fairly soon after the first opening in Hoxton. As before, Italian brothers
We first encountered Division 194 in a Highgate residency, and left mightily impressed. So we're very happy to report that they're back for a two-month stint at Clapham's King & Co.
If you haven't encountered them before, they're led by former Quality Chop House
What: Soul Food Sisters
In a nutshell: Caribbean meets European in Clapham’s King & Co’s newest residency
Summing it all up: Jerk roast chicken, scotch bonnet menemen and rum jerk halloumi gives you an idea of the kind of Caribbean-meets-Europe fusion pub grub that sisters Elly and Becca Perry will be dishing up - along with plenty
Updated 17/2/17 with soft launch details
What: Balans Soho Society
In a nutshell: Classic British all-day dining with an upmarket twist in Clapham.
Summing it all up: Luxury and high society is the theme but not the price point at Balans, who are celebrating their 30th year by opening their latest venue in Clapham.
Hearty, warming pies are just the job for January, and you'll be able to get your hands on one to accompany your pint in Clapham's The King & Co pub until February.
It's part of a two-month residency that the local boozer has organised with MYPIE, a street food vendor that specialises in all thing encased in pastry. Expect plenty of classic fillings: chicken, steak chilli, ham and tarragon, or roast mushroom,
Laoise Casey is Chef de Partie at Paradise Garage and is taking over the reins at the Manor with Eloise Dawes for their next Homegrown Supper Club - we asked her to tell us more...
Robin Gill (creator of The Dairy, The Manor, Paradise Garage, Counter Culture) set up the Homegrown series earlier this year to support new talent in the hospitality industry. Held on the first Sunday of
If you’ve been down to Pop Brixton and left stuffed to the brim with Basque delights, it’s likely you’re familiar with the Donostia Social Club. They’ll be returning to their south London roots to serve up tapas once more out of The King and Co, Donostia Social Club will settling into a two month residency, helping us see out the colder months with a mix of menu favourites, as well as a few new
There’s a new pizza place heading to Clapham, setting up shop on a reclaimed London Victorian lavatory space, just as WC did a year or so ago.
This pizza joint is all about pizza by the slice, coming from 20” pizzas (which you can also have whole, if you’re REALLY hungry). They’re planning regularly changing
It's been a Clapham fave for some time and now Adam Byatt's Trinity is getting ready to re-open after a big refurbishment - with a new upstairs restaurant, to boot.
There will be a new casual dining spot upstairs called... "Upstairs". There will be 12 small dishes (between £3 and £12) and they'll change daily. They'll include Roast Chestnut Salad, BBQ Squid and Gremolata, Crab Thermidor, Game
17/4 - updated with soft launch info.
If you're after some late night foodie fun, south of the river, sounds like Fu Manchu opening this summer in Clapham North might be for you. This late night dum sum and cocktail bar is taking over a space under the arches on Lendal Terrace. Featuring a long bar and raised seating area, the cocktails are inspired by the Sax Rohmer book titles, so expect The Kiss Of Death and Mancho’s Mind Control made from Chinese tea
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