Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Trinity – London, Clapham #MichelinStar

The holder of a Michelin star, their guide sums it up perfectly, “Adam Byatt's Trinity and Clapham Old Town are a perfect fit. This bright, warmly run and contemporary restaurant has a genuine neighbourhood feel and the cooking is sophisticated yet easy to eat. This is a kitchen at the top of its game.



Although at times slow, service was charming and the food faultless. The brill and tartare were particular highlights. We stayed across the common at The Windmill public house – we’d love to stay there again and will return to Trinity when we do. 



House Charcuterie


Soused Cornish Mackerel, White Gazpacho, Grapes, Tarragon


Tartare of Angus Beef, Pickled Mushrooms, Smoked Bone Marrow, Daurenki Caviar


Crispy Pigs Trotters, Sauce Gribiche & Crackling



Foie Gras Torchon, Spiced Dates, Candied Walnuts & Winter Leaves


Cornish Brill baked on the bone, Sea Vegetables, Seaweed, Urchin Butter Sauce


Crisp Pork Jowl, Hazelnuts, Capers & Brown Butter


Poached Yorkshire Rhubarb, Guernsey Yoghurt Cheesecake


Warm Rum Soaked Baba, Citrus Salad, Madagascan Vanilla Cream



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