The Walrus Room

40 Battersea Rise , London, SW11 1EE

The Walrus Room cocktail bar south west London
The Walrus Room cocktail bar south west London

SquareMeal Review of The Walrus Room

Handbag designer Alice Horlick, daughter of so-called City ‘Superwoman’ Nicola, is the chatelaine of this crowd-funded Clapham Junction ‘conceptual drinkery.’ Alice’s Wonderland is a crooner-sound tracked, cod-Victorian parlour – its whimsical decor, a well-considered curation of curios, knick-knacks, taxidermy and rag and bone booty. Drinks – inspired by Lewis Carroll’s verse The Walrus and the Carpenter, developed in conjunction with consultants Shaker & Co, are described as ‘artisanal hedgerow cocktails.’ Bitter Tear, for instance, offers a lighter take on a Negroni, adding rhubarb and rosehip cordial to Bols Genever, Carpano Antica and rhubarb bitters; meanwhile, dandelion and burdock, blood orange and grapefruit sherbet, Hendrick’s and sparkling Piquepoul Côte de Mas, together, pull off Such A Trick, while greengage liqueur and stinging nettle cordial informs Kamm & Sons-based Of Cabbages and Kings. Oysters, lobster rolls and cheese boards are among the limited range of snacks available.

The Walrus Room Location

40 Battersea Rise , London SW11 1EE

Opening times

Tues-Sat 6pm-11.30pm (Fri-Sat -12.30am)

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