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Abbeville Kitchen information
Nestled on a villagey street of Clapham, the Abbeville Kitchen has a local feel with its little terrace and cosy dining room yet its appeal is universal. The cuisine is a blend of modern British and European making great use of underrated products such as Jerusalem artichokes, dandelion or pigeon. The menu is succinct, listing the dishes' ingredients only, and very seasonal.
You'll always find a large piece of meat to share between two or three such as slow-cooked lamb or rib of Dexter beef.