Harden's survey result
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“Wow… double wow!” – Robin Gill’s “quirky, amazing value and ever changing” small plates are “bursting with flavour”, according to most reports on this “very casual and so popular” Clapham hangout, which fans cross town for. As it matures though, it’s drawing increasing flak, for seeming “too cool for school and charging ridiculous prices”.
“Like a mini-Noma on Clapham Common” – this “creative” three-year-old draws fans from across town for its “exceptional” and “clever” small plates. Service is “brisk and helpful”, and most (if not quite all) reporters love its “relaxed” style.
“Well worth the trip to Clapham!” – this notable “Brooklyn-vibe” two-year-old provides an “endlessly interesting” selection of “unbelievable” tapas-style dishes “explained in detail by the waiting team”. Top Tip – “one of London’s best-value tasting menus”.
“More interesting, more charming and less pretentious than many a fancy West End eatery” – this “daring” Clapham yearling may be a bit “cramped”, but its “experimental” and “artistic” tapas-style cuisine really “sparkles”.
The Dairy Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Tiny hole in the wall restaurant serving interesting small plates, themed under garden, fish and meat. Waiter explains each as you order. Portions are small and that's the downside. Sometimes you just want a couple of larger plates of X rather than four or five plates of X and X. Perching on stools can be uncomfortable after awhile but I still keep going back. Is getting a little too samey."
15 The Pavement, London, SW4 0HY
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Last orders: 9.45 pm