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More than a Clapham Taxi

A Minicab Drivers Guide to Clapham

With cosy pubs, gorgeous stretches of greenery and a cracking nightlife scene, you’re spoilt for choice in SW4. Clapham’s impressive range of bars and restaurants make the area a popular choice for both locals and visitors, plus you can quickly get a ride to the popular surrounding neighbourhoods of Brixton or Balham.

If you’re looking for a daytime bite to eat or require a caffeine boost, try Black Lab Coffee House on Clapham Common. This independent multi-roaster coffee shop not only delivers the best coffee in town, but it’s also the perfect spot for foodies, with a menu that offers a whole range of mouthwatering sweet and savoury dishes. This charming little café will please even the fussiest of eaters from chicken or halloumi schnitzel to peanut butter blondies.

Clapham’s restaurant scene is remarkable and perhaps somewhat underrated. With plenty of options for everyone, from casual eateries like Baristo, a tapas restaurant that aims to bring a piece of Spain to South London, to the elegant Michelin Star restaurant Trinity.

The popular area has an impressive reputation when it comes to nightlife. With atmospheric pubs like the Prince of Wales and a collection of energetic bars to choose from, Clapham is a great location if you’re looking to have some fun after-hours. On the search for a party bar? Aquum is an excellent vibe with DJ’s playing the ultimate party anthems till 2am every weekend.

Where to drink

Where to eat

What to do