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Upstairs at Trinity Restaurant

4 The Polygon, London, Clapham, SW4 0JG

(((() British
Main course: £12
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday: 18:30 - 21:45.

We liked the specials and the desserts

Stephane Gruffat 16 April 2017
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A trendy elevated hideaway in Clapham’s Old Town, Trinity showcases British-style small plates made using the finest seasonal produce. Proud holder of a Michelin Bib Gourmand, the focal point of the sleek, Scandinavian-style dining room is an open island kitchen.

Impeccably-compiled sharing plates make up the Trinity menu, which is filled with innovative flavour combinations. Dictated by the best available produce, the regularly changing selection might include confit goat belly with mustard fruit and lemon, or braised beef cheek with chestnut and truffle. Simple dessert options include damson ripple ice cream, or Wigmore cheese with pears, and guests are invited to order as few or as many dishes as they desire.

Trinity restaurant’s famed wine selection is served at this casual restaurant in Clapham, which guests can enjoy at spacious communal-bench tables.

A celebrated restaurant in a trendy area of London, Upstairs at Trinity can be found 5 minutes’ walk from Clapham Common Tube Station.

Upstairs at Trinity Restaurant

4 The Polygon, London, Clapham, SW4 0JG

Contact +44 2037457227

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Customer reviews for Upstairs at Trinity Restaurant

4.7 (((() (based on 40 reviews)
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  • dinner (36)
  • trendy (22)
  • lunch (16)
  • romantic (16)
  • value (11)
  • luxury (6)
  • private dining (6)
  • entertainment (4)
  • large parties (4)
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  • business (3)
  • al fresco (2)
  • child friendly (2)
  • ((((( 16 April 2017 by Stephane Gruffat from London

    We liked the specials and the desserts

  • ((((( 6 April 2017 by Gabriela from London

    A relaxed restaurant with superb food - what's not to love? The kitchen and the chefs are right in view and the service is excellent too. Very good wine list.

  • ((((* 26 March 2017 by Thea Hansen from Valby, Denmark

    Very nice service and atmosphere. The food was delicious, also the vegetarian dishes. I wish the place had been less busy/ stressed. The atmosphere was really good when we came at 7pm, but by 8pm there was too much noise and too little interaction with the staff. Nobody said goodbye when we left.

  • (**** 23 March 2017 by Nicola Cosgrave from London

    Staff friendly but unfortunately the food was badly cooked without flair. I have been to their downstairs restaurant and I could not believe how bad Upstairs was. I would not go back nor would I recommend it to anyone. Disappointing.

  • ((((( 10 March 2017 by Ed Hodgson from London

    Very good wine list

  • ((((( 8 March 2017 by Annie Sherman from London

    An open kitchen area, informal, Scandi styling, high seating around high tables, buzzy and slightly noisy, fun restaurant.
    Fabulous menu with huge range of sharing platters of most delicious combinations.
    Burrata, Arrancini, Yakitori with delicious poached egg for dipping, barbecued broccoli with bagna calda, and a most delicious squid and chick pea stew served with great bread.
    No room for the yummy sounding puddings but as we will be back there'll be time to work through the menu. Friendly and helpful service. Fabulous food and to be highly recommended.

  • ((((* 5 March 2017 by Stephane Gruffat from London

    Friendly informed and professional service

  • ((((( 2 March 2017 by Jonathan from London

    delicious, tasty and what with Adam cooking and the very attentive service, good recommendations from Kai, we had a great evening.

  • ((((( 24 February 2017 by Lili Massey from london

    As locals, we have eaten at Trinity Upstairs on several occasions. Each time the food is excellent and is matched by informal but helpful, efficient and attentive service.
    There have been no duds and all the dishes we have eaten match up to expectations. The changing, seasonal and innovative menu also means that one can return without any hint of boredom.We have introduced many friends to the culinary experience of TU.
    On the last occasion we went with some friends from North London who thoroughly enjoyed the food and the experience and expressed great disappointment that no similar establishment exists in their part of London - certainly worth the detour!
    Perhaps the single critical observation: the ventilation could be better. At certain times in the evening, the smoke from the kitchen caused some discomfort...otherwise pretty perfect.

  • ((((( 13 February 2017 by Michael Folkerson from London

    Excellent food and service, in a very nice atmosphere. Open kitchen is quite nice, with all the BBQ smells coming through.

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