Quiet, residential, family-oriented Streatham is easy to reach via train with connections to Blackfriars, St Pancras, and London Bridge. Streatham is home to a selection of traditional, local pubs, while restaurants in Streatham are informal and feature several world cuisines. The area is surrounded by a selection of green spaces, including Streatham Common, Tooting Bec and Telford Park.
For modern British and French fayre in a friendly atmosphere, head to Nineteen Restaurant and Bar on Streatham High Road. Just a few minutes’ walk from the local train station, Nineteen boasts an extensive wine and cocktail list. On the menu, expect hearty favourites like confit duck leg and 8oz 28-day aged sirloin. Moving on to the dessert menu, choose from classics including sticky toffee pudding and vanilla panna cotta.
For something very cool indeed amongst Streatham Restaurants, head to the Hideaway Bar, an underground hideout just a minute’s walk from Streatham Rail Station. The edgy black and orange décor serve as a backdrop for professional mixologists to shake their stuff, while the menu boasts a lively, creative, international selection of dishes. Amongst the options, expect Moroccan-style chicken tagine with lemon cous cous and pan-fried trout with herb gnocchi.