The Pigs Head is a modern British pub located in Clapham Old Town, a short distance from Clapham Common it is also a 5 to ten minute walk from Clapham Common Tube station. Opened by the critically acclaimed founders of the Pig and Butcher, The Pigs Head serves a seasonal farm to fork menu, and responsibly sourced sustainable wines. The pub is modern yet traditional, with wood paneled walls and cosy fireplaces, wooden tables and decorative crockery.
The menu changes on a daily basis however an example of the dishes you may find include starters such as Duchess Farm Heritage wheat sourdough served with whipped brown butter and pickles, and braised beef shin croquettes served with venison hash, roast bone marrow and Jerusalem artichoke. Other starters may include an Addlington farm buttermilk chicken served with treacle and malt vinegar glaze, and Fried cooley gold oyster served with a smoked seaweed mayo.
Main Courses include dishes such as the Adlington Farm crown of special roast chicken to share, served with all the trimmings, and a wellington of mushroom and beets served with vegan roast trimming. Desserts may include sticky toffee pudding served with whisky toffee sauce and clotted cream ice cream, and dark chocolate hotpot served with salted caramel marshmallow and vanilla ice cream. There is also a cheeseboard, which features a wookie hole cave aged Cheddar and a Burt’s blue and baron bigod. Cheeses are served with crackers, oat cookies, pickles and heather honeycomb.
The Pigs Head operates a farm to fork policy, all fresh meat is certified and traceable from farm to fork. The Pigs Head sources many sustainable wines and spirits, they also have an in-house butcher, and operate an in-house composter as part of their commitment to sustainability.