Places to eat near Cambium, Southfields
When purchasing a property, one of the first parts of the process is researching which areas you’d most like to live in. It may go without saying but our new homes for sale in Wimbledon are situated within one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in London. Here’s a breakdown of the best spots for coffee, brunch, dinner, or drinks – mere moments away from our Cambium development in Southfields.
When searching for your morning caffeine hit or looking for a leisurely spot for lunch – look not further than Dropshot Coffee. Open from the early hour of 7am to 5pm on weekdays, and 8am – 5pm on weekends, you’re always guaranteed a great tasting coffee and a generously proportioned food menu. Deli sandwiches, hot brunches, healthy options and proper English breakfasts are served up in a stylish, but far from stuffy, setting.
If you’re moving to the South-West of the City from elsewhere in London, you’ll already know Gail’s Bakery. Well, Wimbledon has one of those too. This branch has outdoor seating for sunny Sunday mornings, the usual selection of breads, pastries and baked goods, as well as the generously early opening time of 6.30am.
Evenings with friends are to be enjoyed. And Wimbledon has no shortage of casual dinner options. Patara Thai Restaurant quite simply serves up delicious Thai Cuisine in a beautiful setting. With the first branch opening in Fulham in 1990, the chain has gone from strength to strength but there remains no doubt that the Wimbledon branch is a firm favourite for impromptu dinners with pals.
Light on the Common is the sister restaurant to the much-loved Light House, albeit slightly more casual, with a Mediterranean theme running throughout the menu. Light and airy interiors combined with it being open from breakfast ‘til dinner, make it an ideal spot for a meal out with friends.
With such a high proportion of luxury houses in the area, it’s no surprise that there are ample fine dining options in Wimbledon. The White Onion brings inventive French cuisine to Wimbledon Village. The delicate blue walls inside this period property give a very European feel to the dining experience. The menu changes often, in line with produce, whilst the selection of wine (150 strong) is curated by the restaurant’s own sommelier. The best part? It’s only a seven-minute drive from our new homes for sale in Wimbledon.
The Black Radish is a small, local restaurant that only joined the Wimbledon food scene in 2018. They describe the daily set menu as “a tasting menu – without the fuss” which matches the Scandinavian interiors which differs from the white table cloths expected of fine dining. For such exceptional food, the cost comes in surprisingly low, with lunch coming in at £40 per person, and dinner coming in at £55 per person. Wine pairings are also available upon request.
And for those very special occasions, private dining options are available at both restaurants.
If you’re nearing the end of that all important area research, why not take a look at our new homes for sale in Wimbledon? Visit our Cambium, Southfields development page for more information.