A charming pub in Clapham, The Railway 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
The Railway Tavern
18 Clapham High StreetClaphamLondonSW4 7UR
- +44 (0)20 7622 4077
- Public transport:
- Clapham North, Underground
My boyfriend took me there as it's one of his favourite pubs in Clapham. Apparently it has been newly refurbished and it does not look like the photos on here any more (I'm afraid I was a bit drunk so I didn't take any myself) but the inside is pretty much all black with red tone lighting. The atmosphere reminded me more of Camden if I'm honest.
On a Tuesday night it was half empty so there...more
Always good for both some satisfying comfort fare or a cracking pint after work! The crowd is as diverse as their great selection of drinks. Conveniently located right next to Clapham North and the Overground station.more
The Railway serves its purpose: a typical public house where people can gather after a long day and relax together.
It's at a prime location right next to the Overground stop, which makes it all the more enticing.
There were actually a lot of taps dedicated to solid American craft brews, which surprised me. But of course you're going to pay a premium price for them.more
Love this place!
It doesn't try hard, but just delivers a perfect blend between classy and local.
Sunday dinners are great.
If you want to be part of the true clapham north community, give it a try.
Sometimes simplicity is just what you need!
Cool vibe with dark wooden interiors. Hubby and I both had pints of beer with some interesting hummus dish (sweet potato and coriander).
The servers were friendly as well as the bar staff, which hasn't been super great at other places, so this is a thumbs up for a neighborhood pub to hang out at.
PS though watch out for creepy french dudes who sit by themselves and try to talk to you.more