An alfresco dining area accommodates 16 guests, the dining room seating 50 guests that now have a clear view into an open plan kitchen with banquette seating surrounded by the soft hues of jade green and dusty heather pink.
Staying true to his style of cookery, the new menu will focus on Adam’s interpretation of great classics in a relaxed and approachable setting.
The kitchen presents a four course a la Carte menu of for a set price of £70. The wine list continues to offer great value with the Chef's Cellar List (just add VAT and corkage), increasing both our quantity and quality and a overall extension to the main wine list of up to 400 bins now on display in the feature wine cellar on the ground floor.
The menu was exciting with interesting flavours & ingredients. The food was sublime.
Was such a pleasant experience, recommended wine was beautifully well matched with food. However I took one star off as i chewed shall? Or stone? from my oyster dish.
Fantastic food and service in a quiet, clean atmosphere. Well worth it's star!
Very nice food
Everything was good but Salty
Always a great place to eat: delicious, surprising and light food, great choice of wine, perfect service.
The staff were very competent and helpful, the food amazing and the restaurant very pleasant. The head chef even took a few minutes to talk to us.
Would definitly recommend Trinity. A little bit pricey but had a lovely lunch. Staff and food were excellent.
Excellent service and fantastic food
Excellent food and service. They also gave us an anniversary congratulations card signed by all the staff. A lovely touch.
Great evening with friends from US
Wonderful food great wine recommendations too
Tarte tatin definitely worth pre order
Excellent food & superb service.
Solid cooking - above 1 michelin star level - attention to detail - in London top 10
Always an utter pleasure to dine here
Brilliant as ever. Understated, elegant and creative neighbourhood restaurant with a true love for food. My London favourite.
Trinity was sublime. The menu is incredibly tempting making it hard to choose, so we did what we sometimes do and swapped dishes half way through each course. The cooking is exceptional and the flavour combinations are just joyful. Just go!
A very nice meal, but left hungry.
I went for a very enjoyable Friday lunch. The picture on the website give an idea of the style. Of the dishes I had the teal was delicious and the tarte tatin at the end was great. Service was very helpful and the sommelier very knowledgeable - a 1959 Rivesaltes by the glass at the end of the meal was a really good recommendation. Quite modern style and nicely busy. I will go again.
The quality of the food and its presentation is first class. Service is courteous and efficient. The restaurant is light and airy with generous spacing between the tables. The wine waitress is pleasant and knowledgeable and recommended a very good wine for £20.00 less than the one I had in mind, a pleasing feature.
The only place to have a great meal in the Clapham area. Been there 7 times and still love it...
We celebrated my husbands birthday at Trinity and everything was outstanding. They paid extra attention to my dietary requirements and the food was Devine. Only wish I could try more food as I had limited choice since I am pregnant. I hope to come back when I’m not pregnant again.
Wife’s birthday. We always love going to Trinity. We had the four course menu + wine/port. First two courses were excellent. My third main course, the fish was slightly over cooked. My pudding was also somewhat burned. So all-in-all the food/experience was very good, but not perfect this time. Will still go back as usually everything is perfect.
Superb in every way. Food, ambience, staff and service all first class.
We have enjoyed dining at Trinity multiple times over the past several years, and always found its menu interesting and creative. Food is perfectly prepared and presented, and the service is nearly always impeccable. The piece de resistance is the deeply caramelized and delicious tarte tatin that is supposed to be for two, but can easily be stretched for three or four. As they only make several each day, it must be reserved in advance, and it's well worth doing so.
Amazing Sunday lunch at Trinity. Went out of their way to deliver exceptional service with outstanding food. Our waiter Harry was particularly great- knowledgable, attentive and very professional. Celebrating a friend’a engagement- it was the perfect setting! Food was superb- we ended up having nearly everything on the menu. Would return for sure.
Excellent dinner, great wine list. Will definitely go back
Absolutely excellent evening at Trinity. We were very happy with all our food - particular highlight in a seafood linguine with a dash of fresh Champagne poured on top at the table perfectly complementing the plump oysters. The only misstep was a slightly overcooked onion which was a little tough, but did not undermine the overall quality of the wider mallard dish it accompanied.
The service is fantastic - incredibly friendly without being obsequious and all know their menus. The sommelier is completely on point and recommended some excellent wines by the glass to pair with each course (and a surprisingly rare thing actually to let us finish our aperitifs before rushing out the first course and wine - and we were never waiting for the next glass). Better than some sommeliers working in some higher starred West End restaurants.
The restaurant itself is relaxed but polished, and many tables can see the kitchen at work whether directly or in the mirror.
A real gem for Clapham and a perfect place for a special occasion. Highly recommended.
What a gem Trinity Clapham is !! We booked approx. 3 weeks before our reservation, so had plenty of time to look forward to our visit. The service from walking through the door until leaving is attentive and friendly.
The food is incredible. The menu offers something for everyone in the 5 or so choices on offer per course. The crispy Pigs Trotters were amazing. I was driving so couldn't attack the wine list, I look forward to that for my return visit.
Trinity is worthy of its Michelin Star. The attention to detail is faultless. The diners each side of our table were good fun as well, both had been numerous times which speaks volumes. Its a shame we live 120 miles away. Thank you for the experience.
We went quite early for dinner, everything was perfect, noise level ( a rarity in London), a daring ultra convincing menu with excellent quality ingredients very clean kitchen with serious professional and and focused staff and an attentive courteous and pleasant service from a young yet brilliant and super qualified waiter ( and from all the other members of staff ); money week spent!
Very Good service and food was amazing. Couldn’t complain!
One of my favourite restaurants, Trinity always delivers the most exciting, creative and utterly delicious food and the service is never less than excellent. It is the little touches like a card signed by the staff for a birthday, the inventive amuse-bouche and the guilty pleasure of petits morceaux after dessert that
makes the dining experience an absolute delight. This is our go-to special occasion spot.
Good but not an excellent one star . The maitre didn’t explain the dishes well enough
Excellent vegetarian options
Made to feel very welcome. The courses were delicious as was the wine pairing. The service was excellent.
Wonderful dining experience, so much so that because of a previous dining experiences there I introduced a friend to this restaurant. She too was very impressed and will certainly be back. The fare was absolutely spot on and dessert was to die for! The staff were all very professional, but with a personal touch. A well deserved Michelín star. Will definitely do another return visit the next time I'm in London. ✳️✳️✳️✳️✳️❗
From the moment you walk in, Trinity feels like a special occasion. The waiting staff make you feel like the main event and once you try the food, you realise quite how special the place is.
We came to celebrate an important family occasion and it didn't disappoint.
One of the best evenings I've had at a restaurant in a long time.
Amazing as always
Great food and great service. Location and setting is cosy. Seating arrangements could be a little better, especially for those seated opposite the food preparation area and kitchen. Small dining area meant noise levels could reach moderate levels, but nothing too offputting. Service from staff was excellent, very attentive and helpful. Food was also excellent, although might it might also be helpful for staff to highlight when selection of dishes might lean towards being too rich instead of a more balanced tone as it might be overwhelming for some diners.
I have always enjoyed this small, cosy restaurant on the Polygon. (Hopefully the building boards outside won’t be there for too long!) One of our party was very critical of the food, but the rest of us enjoyed the menu. The final bill was extortionate, but we did have a fair bit of wine, and London being London...Perhaps lunch would be better value for money?
Went for Xmas lunch on 23/12
I think they have simplified their menu, and
This is a good thing.
The food was superb
Good wine list
Don’t miss the tart train dessert for 2- which actually feeds 4( you need to pre-order)
I think very excellent value for the quality of the food and level of service.
I love this place