Place to eat
La Bonne Heure
Timeless French cuisine in an intimate local bistro with clock-themed decor and a casual vibe.
“Minnow is an instant charmer. It seduces before serving a thing thanks to its pastel green frontage and Parisian-style café tables and the hanging roses around its window. The effect continues inside, with a tiled black and white floor, light wood tables and grey banquettes creating an effect that is the archetype of light and airy. There are more flowers hanging on a doorway, and an itsy terrace adorned with flower boxes out back. All that’s missing is a white picket fence. A short cocktail list which sees each drink named after a different Clapham resident through history, and served with a bar mat explaining the details, is another endearing touch — the kind of thing you’d see on a Pinterest wedding board and copy for yourself. Ideal for Bottomless brunch, brunch, lunch and aperitivo”
“Serving up light sourdough pizzas topped with seasonal Italian ingredients. ”
“located in the heart of the old town, to eat in this area you would expect to pay higher prices.”
“An oh-so-brilliant spin-off to Robin Gill’s Dairy next door, Counter Culture serves ‘how do you make that’ small plates in a seriously unpretentious setting dominated by counter seating (obvs). Staff are all tattoos and charisma, the music’s old school, booze is strictly BYO and the loos are next door.”