Dairy Clapham
Cuisine: British
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Address: 15 The Pavement, London SW4 0HY

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7622 4165

With a strong focus on seasonality, produce from his own garden and wine from his own vineyard, head chef Robin Gill has created an all-day menu. The Dairy is a bar & restaurant, with coffees and pastries in the morning and a late licence till 2am on Fri & Sat.

Latest reviews of The Dairy

The_Guardian

Marina O'Loughlin, The Guardian

7 September 2013

We eat too much: chicken liver mousse of preternatural lightness with a cap of peach and apple; a scotch egg where the sausagemeat is made from squid and a loose, pungent chorizo, the quail’s egg yolk still almost liquid…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

20 August 2013

Apple wood smoked eel was served with bacon, radishes and ember oil buttermilk. I particularly liked the flavour of the eel, the bacon working nicely with this. (…) Dairy is a restaurant that shuns luxury ingredients but delivers very capably prepared dishes at a modest price point…

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grumblinggourmet

Rich Major, The Grumbling Gourmet

8 August 2013

Smoked bone marrow butter slathered on hot, fresh wholemeal bread was a delightfully rich hello from behind the pass and one that immediately ramped our expectation levels right up…

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zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

6 August 2013

The Dairy really is an unusual place; it looks like an ordinary bar, pretty cool, a bit New Yorky; the food is Strada-ly priced (yes, that is a word) but genuinely experimental…

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What the Critics say

The_Guardian

Marina O'Loughlin, The Guardian

7 September 2013

We eat too much: chicken liver mousse of preternatural lightness with a cap of peach and apple; a scotch egg where the sausagemeat is made from squid and a loose, pungent chorizo, the quail’s egg yolk still almost liquid…

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zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

6 August 2013

The Dairy really is an unusual place; it looks like an ordinary bar, pretty cool, a bit New Yorky; the food is Strada-ly priced (yes, that is a word) but genuinely experimental…

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LisaMarkwell

Lisa Markwell, The Independent

28 July 2013

Puddings are uniformly excellent (loosen your waistband): Gariguette strawberries, vanilla whey, cheesecake ice-cream; salted caramel, chocolate, malted barley ice-cream; peach and elderflower, stone-fruit ice-cream…

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Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

11 July 2013

The cooking here reminds me of Dabbous (…) It’s no insult to the breakout restaurant of 2012 or its chef to say that what’s coming out of the kitchen here is every bit as fresh and accomplished. (…) This is fantastic, creative cooking – reasonably priced, served in an unpretentious fashion with passion and professionalism, in a fun, low-key setting…

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Guy Dimond, Time Out

25 March 2013

The dishes surprise and delight: we relished a pistachio and rapeseed cake flavoured with fresh orange and lime, served with a ricotta and sambuca ice-cream, redolent with Middle Eastern flavours. (…) In its modest way, the Dairy is a real but much more affordable alternative to high-end locals such as Trinity

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What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

20 August 2013

Apple wood smoked eel was served with bacon, radishes and ember oil buttermilk. I particularly liked the flavour of the eel, the bacon working nicely with this. (…) Dairy is a restaurant that shuns luxury ingredients but delivers very capably prepared dishes at a modest price point…

Read full review »
grumblinggourmet

Rich Major, The Grumbling Gourmet

8 August 2013

Smoked bone marrow butter slathered on hot, fresh wholemeal bread was a delightfully rich hello from behind the pass and one that immediately ramped our expectation levels right up…

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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

22 July 2013

“Fresh peas, celery, mint and fried bread” is (…) probably one of the top three nicest things I’ve eaten so far in 2013. Full of the joys of summer, it was refreshing and invigorating and with a flavour profile so heavenly I couldn’t imagine any peas and celery and mint tasting any better anywhere. (…) You need to make a booking at the Dairy. It is what every British restaurant should be…

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