The Candlemaker

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Full English Kitchen has moved from Soho to The Candlemaker in Battersea, where they are now serving up a good old retro food menu. With a farm-to-fork philosophy that supports small British family farms it’s the comfort of home cooked and family faves with a twist. Think shredded lamb shepherds pie, beef brisket hash with black pudding and a fairly new dish turning heads, the meatloaf burger.

When you find yourself in The Candlemaker on a Sunday it only seems fair to tackle a roast. It’s what Sundays are all about. The roasts come with a choice of meats or veggie option and are served in a baking tray so you get to dish out like your own little feast. There’s yorkshire puds, potatoes, steamed and roast veg and lashings of gravy. Portions are generous but if you do have room, be sure to get the Apple Crumble and custard…and then sleep! Well it is Sunday.


The Candlemaker, 136 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3JR