A London restaurant has to have something special to stand out from the crowd, and that’s exactly what Clapham Old Town’s 22 North Street has. In this moneyed part of the capital, locals are somewhat spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out with numerous good eateries vying for their attention, however with its cosy atmosphere, welcoming service and wholesomely delicious home-cooked food, we’d wager that 22 North Street finds itself with more repeat visitors than most. Attractively designed to be as unpretentious but as beautiful as possible, the dining room of 22 North Street feels expensively styled yet maintains a friendly ‘neighbourhood bistro’ vibe with exposed brick walls, earthy colour scheme and low lighting. The intriguing menu, refreshingly concise, contains plenty of information as to the origin of the dishes, a proud indication that well-sourced produce is central to the kitchen’s ethic.
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