A local pub hidden down a quiet residential street just off Clapham Common, The Bobbin is a warm and friendly place to meet, drink and eat the very best seasonal food.
Our emphasis is on affordability and flexibility – you don't have to eat to get a table and there is no minimum spend, and people are encouraged to visit for everything from a pie and a pint or a light snack and coffee, to drinks with friends or a full three-course meal with wine.
Weekend brunch, lunch, dinner and nutritious children's menus are available, offering exceptional quality food with a fresh, seasonally evolving menu. Every aspect from design through to delivery aims to be environmentally conscious and sustainable.
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Venue Details & Map
1-3 Lillieshall RoadClaphamLondonSW4 0LN
- Public transport:
- Clapham Common, Underground
Sunday Roast: Good Lamb roast, lovely sweet gravy, good portions of meat, meat is a little fatty however and the roast potatoes are not crispy, veg is well cooked and flavoursome overall. Good service, nice garden patio for good weather. Overall 6.5/10.more
When I walked in, I kinda feared the worst. I'd cycled over from Brixton, was wearing a scruffy shirt and was met by the appraising looks of a group sat by the door, all looking magazine-styled and not a hair out of place. Suspected I'd walked into yet another gastro-pub dominated by Rahs.
I found a spot at the bar, and waited for my late-running friends and got chatting to the friendly staff...more
The Bobbin is tucked away but has a great rustic feel to it. Their beer garden is large and the restaurant is lively. My first dining experience there was good and this was my second. I ordered the Fish n' Chips which turned into a BIG mistake. It was simply massive. (I'll post a photo too) I barely put a dent in it and unfortunately it sat like a rock on my stomach. There was way too much...more
If you're looking for a really good quality Sunday lunch in Clapham look no further. The gravy is always plentiful and delicious. The portion isn't massive but then I am quite greedy so it's probably enough for most people. You must remember to book though because they do get quite full, and if you're not a fan of kids then I would probably avoid this place on a Sunday.more
If you enjoy poor service and average food then this is the place for you. If, like normal people, you anticipate food being served within a decent time frame and service to go with it, then avoid this place at all costs.
A friend had booked her birthday dinner here a few Saturdays ago. We have book for 7 people for 8pm. When we got there her sister and baby had joined the group, therefore...more