Is Clapham Junction made for you? Our guide of the area

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Clapham Junction is an urban locality around Clapham Junction railway station in London, England. Despite its name, it is not located in Clapham, but forms the commercial centre of Battersea. “

In the city of Clapham Junction, what kind of things are there to do?

What makes the heart of Clapham Junction? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs and gyms that exist in Clapham Junction to help you decide as to whether to move there or not.

Museums & Galleries nearby

Art helps discover an area’s culture. Galleries and museums are great weekend enjoyment and you can find where all the fun is happening by checking out the museum and galleries table for Clapham Junction below.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Compass Archaeology Ltd 250 York Road, London N/A N/A
Alma-Nac Slim House 191 Saint John’s Hill, London 4.9 11

Are the restaurants in Clapham Junction any good?

Clapham Junction is rich in restaurants, from Indian, Chinese or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and the foodies that you may be will surely find what you are looking for.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The Merchant of Battersea 23-25 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 526
Subway 266 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 185
Sugar Cane Bar 247 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 2002
McDonald’s 30, 32 Saint John’s Road, London 4.3 1743
Sports Bar & Grill – Clapham Junction 4 Saint John’s Hill, London 4.3 722
Mien Tay 180 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 622
Jack’s at the Junction 252 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 937
Banana Tree Battersea 75-79 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 3020
Osteria Antica Bologna 23 Northcote Road, London 4.3 501
The Roundhouse 2 North Side Wandsworth Common, London 4.3 602
The Old Bank, Battersea 31-37 Northcote Road, London 4.3 707
Soif 27 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 340
Pizza Express 230-236 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 654
The Fox & Hounds 66-68 Latchmere Road, London 4.3 472
Buonasera 22-26 Northcote Road, London 4.3 936
GAIL’s Bakery Northcote Road 64 Northcote Road, London 4.3 450
Banyan on the Thames Rafayel, 34 Lombard Road, London 4.3 383
Nando’s Clapham – Northcote Road 1a Northcote Road, London 4.3 1003
Domino’s Pizza – London – Battersea 48 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 103
Cafe Ole 155 Falcon Road, London 4.3 417

In Clapham Junction, is there a lot of green space?

One of London’s best assets is its green spaces. See if Clapham Junction offers room to roam.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Italian Anywhere 8 Kathleen Road, London N/A N/A
Bits Bobs and Odd Jobs Ltd (BBOJ) Office 201, Big Yellow Storage, 55 Lombard Road, London 4.8 67
Latchmere Recreation Ground Burns Road, London 4.2 91
Lavender Gardens Dorothy Road, London 4.6 20
Shillington Park 169 Este Road, London 4.3 115
York Gardens 100 York Road, London 4 329
Christchurch Gardens 575C Battersea Park Road, London 4.1 9
Football Pitch Falcon Park, Cranleigh Mews, London N/A N/A
Falcon Park 14 Cranleigh Mews, London 4.4 113
Tours passage Tours Passage, London N/A N/A
Latchmere passage Latchmere Passage, London N/A N/A
Bridges Wharf Residents wildlife gardens London 4 3
Battersea Arts Centre Community Garden Battersea Arts Centre, London N/A N/A
Harroway Gardens 15 Yelverton Rd, London SW11 3QH Yelverton Road, London 3.8 15
Battersea Community Gardeners 16 Balfern Street, London N/A N/A
Thames Path Battersea Battersea, London N/A N/A
Battersea Park – Bday Picnic Spot Battersea, London N/A N/A
Fred Wells Gardens Vicarage Crescent 4.3 187
Greensense-design.co.uk 91, Spinnaker House, Juniper Drive, London N/A N/A
Falcon Glade N/A N/A N/A

Are there a lot of supermarkets in Clapham Junction?

Perhaps one of the most common amenities in Clapham Junction would be supermarkets. Below, you will be able to tell what type of supermarket there are in Clapham Junction and what company operates here.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Poundland 106-110 High Street, New Malden 4.2 531
Tesco Express 4, Apex Tower, High Street, New Malden 3.7 51
Premier – J.L. Enterprises 128 Malden Road, New Malden 1.9 44
Lidl 31-35 Blagdon Road, New Malden 4.1 1465
Seoul Plaza 126 Malden Road, New Malden 4.4 414
Waitrose & Partners 24-28 High Street, New Malden 4.1 322
ALDI 205-217 Kingston Road, New Malden 4.2 2044
Seoul Plaza 36 High Street, New Malden 4.3 293
New Malden Food Centre 138-140, 138 High Street, New Malden 3.8 25
persiantopshop 12, Chestnut Court, Chestnut Grove, London, New Malden N/A N/A
Londis 159 Kingston Road, New Malden 2.9 7

Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Clapham Junction

In Clapham Junction, using the public parks is not for everyone. Finding out if you are able to attend a local gym or leisure centre nearby may be a good idea if you are trying to move to the area perhaps for permanent residency.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Fitness First Clapham Junction Station, 34 Saint John’s Hill, London 4.3 337
Nuffield Health Battersea Fitness & Wellbeing Gym Sheepcote Lane, London 4.3 121
Fitness First Clapham Lavender Hill 276-288 Lavender Hill, London 4.3 299
Sadhana Yoga & Wellbeing Studio London (Clapham) 91 Saint John’s Hill, London 4.3 320
Off The Rails Unit 8, The Arches, 14-16, 8 Grant Road, London 4.3 33
MoreYoga CLAPHAM JUNCTION BRANCH, 114 Falcon Road, London 4.3 77
Kelly Brooks Yoga Clapham Junction, Monarch Square, London 4.3 27
Feeling Yogaful Fresh Ground, 68 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 16
HIIT Yoga Clapham Fresh Ground, 68 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 1
Embrace Your Edge 68 Battersea Rise, London 4.3 N/A
LOVE BASKETBALL ACADEMY Londres 4.3 N/A
Robinson Fitness 25 Northcote Road, London 4.3 41
Body Logic Health 292 Battersea Park Road, London 4.3 203
Reformer Pilates Battersea 39 Shelgate Road, London 4.3 N/A
Precision Gymnastics Battersea Precision Gymnastics / inside Latchmere Leisure Centre, Burns Road, London 4.3 7
Latchmere Leisure Centre Burns Road, London 4.3 680
Battersea Sports Centre Hope Street, London 4.3 137
Sweaty Betty 66 Northcote Road, London 4.3 27
Pilates Junction 11 Spice Court, Ivory Square, Plantation Wharf, London 4.3 6
CrossFit Shapesmiths 1-7, Units 1, 2, 3 and 4 Arches, Grant Road, London 4.3 235

Public houses of Clapham Junction

As Londoners, we cherish our local pubs. Clapham Junction has some great go-to spots. From smaller, more family run chains to larger pubs like WeatherSpoons, there is a pub for everyone in the area.

Pub name Name Address Description
Asparagus 1-13 Falcon Road Battersea SW11 2PL Opened in July 1998 in shop units under offices. Turquoise exterior paintwork and various shades of green and blue inside with stained glass. Typical open-plan, split level layout. Named after local 19th century asparagus crop which was sold in ‘Battersea Bundles’. Alcohol sales start at 9am.
Battersea Brewery Tap Room 12-14 Arches Lane Battersea SW11 8AB Opened in November 2018 as the tap to the adjacent Battersea Brewery, both housed in railway arches alongside the Power Station development. Exposed brickwork, bare floors and comfortable seating attract a vibrant, young crowd. Although the brewery mainly produces keg beers, two cask-conditioned ales are available, one always a Battersea beer, usually Admiral Best Bitter, a dark amber classic English bitter at 4.2%, and often including a guest beer from Oakham, Siren, Burning Sky or London Fields. Bar snacks include chicken wings and toasted sandwiches. TV sport (terrestrial) for major events. Within easy reach of the Battersea Power Station Northern Line Underground station.
Beehive 197 St Johns Hill Battersea SW11 1TH The Beehive has recently received a new lease on life with a spruce up from new landlords Lee and Keris De Villiers, who are Licensee of the year finalists and also BII ambassadors. The pub has maintained it traditional ‘proper pub’ status while its new look makes it feel fresh and inviting. The pub is at the heart of the community with a great local following and sponsoring numerous sports teams in a bid to support grassroot sports. The updated televisions play all the sport you can think of and with a great little beer Garden and sun trap in the front -what more could you want. Their beers and drink section is top notch with some great offers on Wine and Prosecco daily. Dogs are made to feel more that welcome with complimentary homemade dog biscuits and their very own menu. Ale is kept in great condition and remains a staple of a great British pub such as this.
Bolingbroke 174 Northcote Rd. Battersea SW11 6RE A family-friendly corner ‘Pub & Dining Room’ opened in August 2008 in previous ‘Niksons Bar & Restaurant’ premises. No TV. Covered smoking area on pavement patio. Side bar available for functions. Revives name of pub in Cobham Close demolished for housing earlier in 2008.
Candlemaker 136 Battersea High Street Battersea SW11 3JR After eight months’ closure, this pub was reopened on 1 November 2012 by new owners InnBrighton, now the Laine Pub Company. A complete internal makeover incorporates the old kitchen as trade space and a lot of work has gone into the garden, with smoking shelters back and front. The new upstairs kitchen was once a meeting/function room and the top floor is the manager’s domestic accommodation. Cask beer was discontinued in 2021 owing to lack of demand but returned in March 2023. The pub was suddenly taken over in September from Laine’s by Smok’d, who run the Britannia, SE1 and the Greyhound in Kingston. Like them, a ‘modern British barbecue restaurant’ it was initially described to a CAMRA visitor as free of tie, with a commitment to cask beer and the promise of local favourites, but now finds its ambitions frustrated by contractual supply restrictions severely limiting its choice of cask ales.
Crown 102 Lavender Hill Battersea SW11 5RD At least one changing London microbrewery beer is now again available in this Enterprise pub leased to Pub Love, formerly known as Best Place Inns and with a hostel upstairs. A landmark, listed Victorian pub with high ceiling, island bar and front terrace. Popular for football, especially with Chelsea supporters. Juke box and occasional music events. Real ciders from handpump and boxes, burger kitchen and decent choice of bottled ‘craft’ beers.
Duke of Battersea 74-76 Battersea Bridge Road Battersea SW11 3AG This ‘public house & dining rooms’ successfully avoids the identikit feel of many gastropubs, with red, green and cream décor complemented by modern art posters. Friendly, approachable and enthusiastic staff and a youthful clientele make for a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Cask ale is served in ‘jugs’ and an exciting range of keg and bottled beers and ciders is a bonus. You can usually get a taste of something before you buy, and draught beer is also available in ‘thirds’, to help sampling. TV sports are silent but the staff are happy to put the volume on if most people want it (especially for the rugby). Formerly Draft House Westbridge, Matilda, Blue Mango, Pig on the Bridge, a restaurant and previously Bridge, originally Prodigals Return. Renamed by BrewDog in April 2021. Occasionally the one cask beer now available may be an alternative to the usual Sambrook’s choice; an Adnams/Deya collaboration, Boat Trip, was on offer in August 2023.
Duke of Cambridge 228 Battersea Bridge Road Battersea SW11 3AA Now an upmarket gastropub serving a predominantly well heeled clientele. A mix of high stools and lived-in sofas surrounds the original island bar with heritage-green painted bar-back.
Eagle Ale House 104 Chatham Road Battersea SW11 6HG Winner of many CAMRA awards, this charming, cosy local is just off the busy Northcote Road. With leather sofas, old bottles and books the Eagle is a bastion for micro-brewery cask and key-keg beers from near and far. One handpump is kept for ciders and bottle coolers now feature continental classics including several Lambics. The garden benefits from a large heated shelter. Several TV screens come to life for major sporting events (mainly rugby). Occasional live music.
Falcon 2 St Johns Hill Battersea SW11 1RU Extensively and sympathetically refurbished in spring 2014. Reopened on 14th May 2014 with 18 handpumps for cask ale in the main bar and a further 4 to the side. Since then, the real ale choice has diminished but up to six will usually be available A busy M&B Nicholson’s pub, now with a stronger emphasis on food but with many and diverse real ales available. The Victorian splendours of this local, Grade II-listed landmark feature in CAMRA’s National Inventory of pub interiors of outstanding historic interest. The island bar counter is one of the longest in the country.
Four Thieves 51 Lavender Gardens Battersea SW11 1DJ Cavernous, back-street brewpub reopened in 2014 by the Laine Pub Company after major refurbishment and installation of a brewery. The pub is made up of a main bar, split over two levels, the Boat House, which hosts much of the entertainment, and a ‘gin yard’ (complete with a lavender roof). Above is a games room. Previously Battersea Mess & Music Hall under Antic, before that Walkabout, Rise, Bar Risa, Cornet and originally Cornet of Horse. Also formerly Jongleurs comedy venue. The pub ceased brewing late in 2019 and the brewing equipment has now been removed. The cask beer range was reduced in 2021 to two from Laines, with a third handpump for cider, but a late September 2023 visit found cask beers from 360 Degrees, Gun and Vocation.
Fox & Hounds 66-68 Latchmere Road Battersea SW11 2JU This smart, street-corner pub sits well among the Victorian streets down from Lavender Hill. Like its surroundings, the pub has undergone gentrification and is justifiably popular for its food, which has a Mediterranean theme. Families are welcome. Customers in search of a quieter drink may seek out the snug off the extension to the main bar. The décor features brewery mirrors, framed beer posters and art prints. The garden at the rear has a heated and covered area.
Goat 66A Battersea Rise Battersea SW11 1EQ Atmospheric split level bar on the site of the Temperance Snooker Hall where Jimmy White and Tony Meo learned their trade. Wide choice of Belgian, German and other bottled beers, also five bottled ciders. Real ale range will be subject to demand; four of the six handpumps unused on recent visit.The former brewing area at 66B has been leased off as a shop unit with flat 66C above.
Hawkins Forge 110 Battersea Rise Battersea SW11 1EJ Originally a blacksmith’s workshop, it was renamed after a autumn 2015 refurbishment. This pizza pub extended its food range as well as its handpumped beers. Table tennis is a recent innovation. Only one beer on offer in October 2019.
Junction 36 St Johns Hill Battersea SW11 1SA A 1920’s replacement of an earlier building with mock tudor timber and plaster exterior is a lively pub just up the hill from Clapham Junction, reopened in November 2013 after refurbishment, with the name changed from the Windsor Castle. Sadly the previously separate bars have been knocked into one leaving a long bar, nevertheless it is a smarter pub with greater emphasis on food and a wider beer range. As the pub is adjacent to Clapham Junction the large garden bar is known as Platform 18.
Latchmere 503 Battersea Park Road Battersea SW11 3BW Reopened in May 2014 after lease taken over by Renaissance Pubs (now Three Cheers Pub Co) in March 2014 and extensively refurbished. A Victorian corner house comprising spacious, airy single bar with bare boards, TV sports and jukebox. Garden barbecues in summer. The separate Olivier award-winning Theatre 503, located on the first floor, stages over 300 shows a year.
Lighthouse 441 Battersea Park Road Battersea SW11 4LR Popular pub on bustling Battersea Park Road that attracts customers of all ages so can be busy Sunday lunchtimes. The decor is relaxed and contemporary, including some retro furniture. The three regularly changing ales usually include at least one from a London microbrewery. The rear patio garden is especially popular in the summer. Customers can download an app from the owning company which allows bills to be settled via mobile device. Formerly Dovedale House, Bar Room Bar and originally Clock House.
London & South Western 276-288 Lavender Hill Battersea SW11 1LJ Distinctive c.1935 building originally Hastings furniture store. Became a Yate’s Wine Lodge in 1999, later Revolution. Opened as a Wetherspoons in December 2020.
Magic Garden 231 Battersea Park Road Battersea SW11 4LG In an area that has lost several traditional pubs and where real ale can be hard to find, here is a community local. Popular for big screen TV sports, pool and occasional live music, the pub has recently been enhanced by artistic licence. Rebuilt between the wars to the designs of Watney’s house architect, Alfred W Blomfield, better known for the French House in Soho. Two impressive bay windows survive the later opening out of the interior.
Merchant of Battersea 23-25 Battersea Rise Battersea SW11 1HG A light and airy gastropub opened in 2008 in previous ‘Dixies’ Tex/Mex bar premises, catering for a young, mixed clientele, extending from an open, café style front patio/heated and covered smoking area through to a comfortable, raised back bar. Guest beer may come from London breweries.
Northcote 2 Northcote Road Battersea SW11 1NT Large, busy corner pub, handy for a pint before or after shopping at the local market. Bought by Geronimo from Punch in 2009 and refurbished with an emphasis on food and local beers.
Northcote Arms 94 Northcote Road Battersea SW11 6QW Friendly bar with an emphasis on real ale and craft beers. Staff are knowledgeable and will ask the customer what sort of beer they are looking for. Handy for the nearby bus stops this is well worth a visit as the best pub on Northcote Road. Originally one of Marston’s Pitcher & Piano chain, reopened late 2009 as the Draft House, Northcote. Renamed by Brewdog in April 2021.
Old Bank 31-37 Northcote Road Battersea SW11 1NJ Refurbished in June 2014 and again in May 2019 with horseshoe bar now on back wall. A well patronised, welcoming oasis, serving good quality Fuller’s ale in trendy Nothcote Road. Now with stronger emphasis on food. DJs Sat evenings.
Prince Albert 85 Albert Bridge Road Battersea SW11 4PF A solid Victorian corner pub opposite the Albert Gate to Battersea Park. The interior has been thoroughly refurbished but an impressive island bar remains. Popular for food at weekends and in summer. Keen ornithologists may spot the parrakeets that are now making their way along the Thames. A real cider complements an increased range of real ales since Geronimo bought the pub from Punch in 2009. Quiz night Tuesday 7pm.
Woodman 60 Battersea High Street Battersea SW11 3HX A pub that has a substantial food trade, especially popular with young families at weekends. Drinkers tend to congregate in the front area around the servery, with sport often shown on TV. A more spacious dining area leads to a patio at the back.

What to do in Clapham Junction

Clapham Junction is vibrant with life, activities and to find out what to do in your area we recommend you to have a look at websites like Timeout. Timeout updates on a weekly basis things to do in Clapham Junction. To simplify you the task of finding the page here is the link to see the upcoming events in Clapham Junction. Also having a clear view of what is available in Clapham Junction and where is a great way to project yourself within this new area. This is why we created the following map where we gathered all the information you will find in this article.

The amenities you might need in Clapham Junction

Below is a list of the places you may want to check out if the area of Clapham Junction. This can really help you out when you are moving to an area or neighbourhood.

Post offices in and around the area of Clapham Junction

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Clapham Junction branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Lavender Hill Post Office 202 Lavender Hill, London 3.1 224
Royal Mail Group Ltd 202 Lavender Hill, London 3.4 30
Royal Mail Delivery Office 200B Lavender Hill, London 3.1 54
York Road Post Office Battersea, 583 Battersea Park Road,Battersea””,Battersea, London 3.3 79
Battersea Delivery Office 202 Lavender Hill, London 1.7 15

Tube & Train stations nearby the area of Clapham Junction

Train and tube stations in Clapham Junction can provide you with direct links to nearby cities and hence, they are a desirable feature for people when deciding on a place to live. Those who move into a city with direct transport links are able to travel further for work and will maybe spend less time commuting. Find a table below about where these transport links are:

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Clapham Junction Saint John’s Hill, London 4 1143

Health amenities that are in Clapham Junction

Clapham Junction has 6 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
AIRELIS HOSPITAL Head Office, 493 Battersea Park Road, London N/A N/A
MyHealthcare Clinic – Wandsworth Commodore House, Battersea Reach, Juniper Drive, Complex 4.6 246
The Smart Clinics – Clapham Junction 37 Saint John’s Hill, London N/A N/A
Bupa Health Centre Clapham 37 Saint John’s Hill, London N/A N/A
Iglesia Battersea Park London N/A N/A
Mobility Hospital Northcote Road, London N/A N/A

What schools are nearby in Clapham Junction?

Having a nearby school is ideal when relocating. Below is a list of schools located within Clapham Junction

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Sacred Heart RC Primary School, Battersea Este Road, London 2.7 7
Thames Christian School 12 Grant Road, London 3.2 9
Emanuel School Battersea Rise, London 4.8 17
Working Mums Daycare & Preschool 194-196, The Old Court, 196 Sheepcote Lane, London 4.8 16
Asquith Nurseries Ltd 18 Latchmere Road, London 5 2
Riverside Nursery Ensign House, Juniper Drive 4.4 7
Centre Academy London 92 Saint John’s Hill, London 4.1 7
Brass Instrument Tuition 23 Theatre Street, London N/A N/A
Banana Moon Day Nursery St Peter`s Centre, Winstanley Road, London 3.8 10
Abacus Ark Nursery Schools, Clapham Junction 92c Saint John’s Hill, London 4.6 19
Destiny Kids Nursery Battersea 20-22, 20-22 York Road, London 4.9 16
Acoustic & Electric Guitar Lessons​ | Guitar Couch Lessons 123 Harbut Road, London 5 7
The Kindergartens Nursery Schools – Head Office 25 Mallinson Road, London 1 1
Mouse House Nursery School SW11: The Kindergartens 27 Mallinson Road, London 3 2
Bright Horizons Battersea Day Nursery and Preschool 18 Latchmere Road, London 5 1
Northcote House Nursery 67-69 Salcott Road, London 4.8 20
Bennerley House Pre-Prep 72 Bennerley Road, London 5 3
Fledglings On The Common Chivalry Road, London 4.6 9
First Steps 257 Battersea Park Road, London N/A N/A
Lavender Hill Day Nursery 204 Lavender Hill, London 3.2 6

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