Eat and drink guide

Looking to plan your night out in Earlsfield? Wondering where to go for brunch? Not sure who has the perfect coffee for you? This page lists the pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes in and around Earlsfield, London SW18.

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Restaurants and cafes

 

Amaranth Thai - tasty Thai food, a mix of expected Thai dishes and more unusual fare. An Earlsfield staple; they own nearby Amaranth Too Thai deli.
Cah-Chi - small and deservedly busy Korean restaurant, including bbq tables. It pays to book ahead. Cash only.
Nazmin's - Earlsfield's go-to Indian with loads of seating.
Singha Express - Chinese, Thai, and Japanese restaurant (takeaway and delivery too). Quick and reliable.
Thai Grocer - just as it says, Thai food and groceries too.
Nabrasa - all-you-can-eat Brazilian restaurant right by the station.

Sylvan Oak - the jewel in Earlsfield's culinary crown but too good to save just for special occasions. Modern European, well worth the slightly longer walk from the station.

Il Girasole - simple and delicious Italian towards the Wandsworth end of Earlsfield. Recommended.
Figli del Vesuvio - Neapolitan pasta dishes and woodfired pizza at the Summerstown end of Earlsfield.
Carluccio's - Italian chain, a solid option but do check out your independent options too.
La Pernella - local Italian fare; they also deliver and offer cafe food and coffee by day.

Ben's Canteen - burgers and cocktails, wine bar, neon signs, youngish crowd, shared table option. Lots of tastings and events.
Meat Rack - as it says on the tin, a carnivore's menu of burgers, steaks, wings and more.
Roxie Steak - another longstanding Earlsfield favourite knocking out great steaks and sides with a reliably good wine list.

Mel's - retro rocker vibe with breakfasts, brunch, burgers and a bar.
Belle Amie - parent and child favourite for coffee, snacks, and lunch. Small back room to hire.
Bean and Hop - formerly The Earlsfield Deli, the Bean and Hop has expanded to serve a wider range of food, including pizzas, and focus on craft beer. Look out for their tasting evenings.
Desserts Caffe - sundaes, waffles, crepes, gelato and more, including lunches.
Skylark - a short walk from Earlsfield on Wandsworth Common, Skylark is a family haven during the day and is now venturing into evening supper clubs for the grown-ups. Hosts a weekly children's events programme.

Pubs

 

The Wandle - named after the local river, offers ping pong tables and a decked beer garden. Sport shown, live music, food.
The Halfway House - Young's Pub right on the crossroads, small beer garden and recently refurbished.
The Leather Bottle - Young's Pub with 'the best beer garden in London'. Restaurant space, private huts to book in the garden and seasonal and tasting events.
The Jolly Gardeners - comfy gastropub with small beer garden, great food from Masterchef winner Dhruv Baker and team.
The Earlsfield - from the Cattle Grid group, sports shown, good pub food with offers on some nights. Built right into Earlsfield station.
GJ's - further towards Wandsworth, distinct South African crowd, look out for their hog roasts.
The Old Sergeant - much more than a bus stop name, the good folk at the Old Sergeant organise charity walks and other events as well as offering exotic roast dinner options every Sunday.
The Pig and Whistle - edging into Southfields, the Pig and Whistle is dog friendly and has regular food and drink specials.

Bars

 

Three Six Six - back with a new look, stand-out cocktail list and new daytime offering, this Earlsfield stalwart is keeping things fresh.
Graffiti Bar - regular happy hours and a challenge to work your way through the entire menu, Graffiti Bar is a long-standing Earlsfield favourite.
By The Horns - these local brewers made good are leading the Summerstown revival with their brewery tap bar, regular events, and great beers.

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