Formerly Renaissance Pubs, Three Cheer offer family friendly pub environments providing British cuisine and a selection of ales
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69 Abbeville RoadLondonSW4 9JU
- +44 (0)20 8675 2201
- Public transport:
- Clapham South, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Abbeville
In a nation who's experienced and still experiencing a rapid death of its notable pub culture on a daily basis, The Abbeville stands one of those local places that has managed to successfully transform itself from lager-lout hangout to a fine gentrified gastro-eatery with decor and menu to match. My fav place in Clapham. Never disapoints, only gets better with time. They've definitely found... more
The Abeville is the best pub I may ever have been to.
It has the perfect mix between gastro pub and lovely country old mans pub. As you walk in there's a standard local pub bar and TV to watch the game on. Then go through and you've got yourself a wonderfully cosy fire place and restaurant.
I've only eaten a few times at the pub but can say extremely confidently that they have a great chef... more
So disappointed!! I was expecting a great place from all your reviews!!
One positive: the place is absolutely charming.
I decide to go on a week day for lunch, although the restaurant was completely empty!
I ordered a steak (18 pounds!!! This better be good) and my boyfriend a burger... And we just waited...
Really really waited... 40 minutes for the food to be served when the restaurant... more
Abbeville rd,located at the back side of Clapham offers nice little coffee shop, pubs, restaurants and independent stores, along side local amenities makes this quiet rd perfect spot for chilling out day or night.
The Abbeville pub offers a great range of ales and beers, snacks and food. As a massive food and especially a sandwich fan, I have very high expectations which they managed to... more
Not your typical local pub. It looks from the front as a normal local pub, but its more of a gastro pub, when you walk in, you might be confronted by the locals sat at the bar watching the sports, but I think that added to the charm of the place.
If you go in and carry on walking through to get to the back, you'll find lots of seating, a fire and usually a local dog just walking round.