There’s no need to wave a magic implement to get to Wandsworth, as it’s well served transport-wise by Wandsworth Town Rail Station, with connections to Waterloo and Clapham Junction. A smart, leafy district with lots of green space, Wandsworth borders the Thames on the south side, and boasts many boutiques, restaurants, bars, and cultural events. Restaurants in Wandsworth are stylish and cosmopolitan, yet informal, compared to many central London venues. Wandsworth’s location makes for some stunning river views, and Battersea Power Station, further west along the Thames, dominates the skyline.
For modern European eats, head to Brinkley’s Kitchen, which is a contemporary and stylish yet relaxed venue on the edge of picturesque Wandsworth Common. Brinkley’s has a specialist homemade pasta selection including treats like homemade ricotta and mascarpone ravioli with yellow and green courgettes. Children are welcome, and there’s a full kids’ menu.
For a taste of authentic Moroccan cuisine amongst Wandsworth restaurants, give Doukan a go. Just seconds from Wandsworth Town Rail Station, the chef and staff specialise in Moroccan hospitality and warm ambience. On the menu, expect a generous selection of meat and vegetarian dishes, including slow cooked lamb tagines and savoury vegetarian mezzes.