Cheese, charcuterie and carafes at Clapham ex-khazi

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Gosh, London really must be running out of prime property – new restaurant WC opened not just underground, but also on the site of a former public toilet. Founders Andy Bell and Jayke Mangion have been toiling away for two years to save this derelict 100-year-old listed loo at Clapham Common tube station, which has reopened as a wine and cheese bar.

Set underneath Clapham’s streets, the 40-cover restaurant has a small bar area and an outdoor space by Clapham Common tube with a further 40 seats. Charcuterie boards, breads and cheeses are paired with wines on WC’s list which are all served by the glass and Brixton Brewery beers are available on tap.

 

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