Abbeville Road in Clapham is indeed blessed to have received the considered attentions of Three Cheers Pub Co., a group who have whipped up a quiet storm over London’s gastropub scene. Three Cheers lovingly restores examples of London’s heritage architecture to a state of former glory sitting incredibly elegant and understated neighbourhood pubs in gorgeous surrounds. The Abbeville is no exception.
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The food was tasteful and the place has just been remodeled with nice and cosy corners. The staff were really kind with children. Will come back soon!
The staff were friendly, accommodating and efficient. The food was lovely if a little on the pricey side (even though we were using a 50% off voucher) but the quality was great. The pub/restaurant itself was really nice and even though there was a large group/party in the restaurant too the noise levels were acceptable. Would definitely return!
Two individual bar areas greet punters making their entrance to The Abbeville, down Abbeville Road in London’s Clapham. In winter, an open fire is the perfect spot to snag for an intimate conversation over one of this stellar gastropub’s fine wines or real ales. Summer months allow the Abbeville to vent a little, opening out the front doors to a terrace situated along this quietly bustling London thoroughfare. Exploring further inside, you’ll notice that The Abbeville has preserved the labyrinthine interior of the original building, creating little oases, nooks and crannies ideal for any sized group.
Bar food abounds, while The Abbeville’s menus are divided neatly and deliciously into weekday lunches, dinners and puddings, and separate Saturday and Sunday sections. The kitchen staff at this Abbeville Road, Clapham gastropub have certainly got their work cut out for them. And you will, too, once you get stuck in. Let it be heard that The Abbeville, along with its sister pubs scattered across London, source much of their meat and poultry from their very own farm in Hampshire, while their fish – for their famous fish and chips amongst other dishes – is supplied from trusted, sustainable fisheries in nearby British waters.