A big Wandsworth boozer just over the tracks from Clapham Junction station. It's a good-looking spot, with bare brickwork, brushed leather banquettes and wood enough to float the place. Equal prominence is given to food and drink.
The food menu is typical gastropub fare. Expect, then, Scotch duck eggs, chorizo sausage served with pita bread, bavette steak with hand-cut chips, burgers and grilled sea bass with samphire and buttered new potatoes. Buttermilk fried chicken wings with coleslaw and 'Frank's' hot sauce show a dude-food influence.
Wines take in worlds old and new, with more than 20 available by the glass. A regularly changing selection of ales on tap often include brewers such as Sambrook's, Dark Star and Great Heck.