A charming pub in Clapham, The Falcon brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
Venue Details & Map
33 Bedford RoadClaphamLondonSW4 7SQ
- +44 (0)20 7274 2428
- Public transport:
- Clapham North, Underground
Nice little pub just under the train tracks near Clapham North. I was wandering around looking for somewhere showing the cricket, and these guys pulled through.
They have a decent beer selection, which they seem to rotate fairly frequently judging by the beer mats stuck up behind the bar.
The pub has a small terrace out the front that gets a lot of sun in the evenings, only downside being...more
Really cool pub! One of the best in area. Has a beer garden not only I front by road but a huge one out back! Lovely decor too with board games and fussball. Has it all!
Friendly staff and you get served easily though I turned up before rush hour after work. Seems full of young people and when sun is out no better place in area of Clapham North. I'd be a regular if I was living near here for...more
We are always in the market for a pub dinner, and happened upon the Falcon. Honestly, of all the pubs we've eaten in Clapham this has been by far the best one.
The inside is very comfortable, spacious, and clean. The service was very accommodating, even though they were missing many items from their menu.
As for the food, I had the fish and chips and My wife had the Sea Bass. Both were...more
The Falcon is tucked away from the hustle of Clapham High Street and we visited the premises for a late Sunday dinner as a group of 3. We instantly loved the interior as it is quite a large restaurant/pub with a nice laid back music going on in the background.
Unfortunately half the menu was not available so we had to keep changing and then settling for whatever option we could order. I...more
Exploring the area around Brixton and Clapham with some friends and looking for some quick lunch I came across this pub. What drew me in I must admit was the bright yellow colour because it stood out and the fact that there was a garden (despite the cold I always find places with gardens more appealing because it must mean people go there in summer too).
There were a few roast options on...more