Trinity

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British, European
  • 4 The Polygon, Clapham, London SW4 0JG
  • 020 7622 1199
  • £20 - £30 VISA MASTER CARD
Opening Hours
Lunch Monday - Sunday 12:30 - 14:30
Dinner Monday - Saturday 18:30 - 22:00
Dinner Sunday 19:00 - 21:00
Parties Welcome
Parties Welcome
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair Access
Private Dining
Private Dining

Trinity is a privately-owned restaurant situated in Clapham Old Town that offers seasonal, delicious and inspired food. The dishes are simple and refined. There is also an additional restaurant space situated and aptly named 'Upstairs' – a casual dining space to complement Trinity, that is well suited for private functions and larger groups. The kitchen is headed by Adam Byatt, first and foremost a chef, but also a restaurateur and food writer.

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by Andre Delanchy on 16 Dec 2015

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Was taken to Trinity by a friend as a treat and had a wonderful evening. The restaurant was warm and inviting and the decor very pleasant. The menu is very interesting and varied. My starter of tuna carpaccio, avocado, sesame and lime was beautiful, light and very flavoursome, and the red deer cooked over charcoal, with quince, turnip tops and kasha that followed was cooked to perfection. If you are not shy when it comes to calories, the sumptuous salt caramel soft ice cream served with warm madeleines is a perfect end to the meal. Service was attentive and pleasant. Would definitely recommend to other diners. The only think that could be made better is the acoustics, as the restaurant does get very noisy when full.