REVIEW: NO 32 THE OLD TOWN
Darwin & Wallace specialise in neighbourhood restaurants mostly found in West London villages. We visited No 32 The Old Town, Clapham which serves up everything from breakfast to dinner, craft beer, clever cocktails and has a fine looking roof terrace.
The menu features classic British dishes with modern ingredients; think pigs cheek and black pudding croquettes, and haddock and spinach fish cakes all made on site. For mains there’s typical gastro-pub dishes like mussels mariniere with fries and the No 32 house burger.[URIS id=63197]
Portions are big but if you can fit in a dessert, the bitter chocolate tart with chocolate mousse and rice krispies is THE ONE. The service at No 32 The Old Town is pretty attentive and the staff are friendly, happy to help and are full of recommendations on drinks to suit your mood. As far as neighbourhood joints go, this one ticks all the boxes.
No 32 The Old Town, 32 The Pavement, London, SW4 0JE