St Clements

201 New King's Road, London
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Address
201 New King's Road, Fulham, London, SW6 4SR

Telephone
020 7998 8919

Region
Fulham

Nearest Station
Parsons Green (0.27 miles)

Website
http://www.stclementscafe.co.uk/

Opening Summary

Monday to Friday 08.00 - 17.30
Saturday 08.30 - 17.30
Sunday 09.00 - 17.30

One of the most magical things about life in London is the ability to sit back and watch the seasons change before your very eyes. And as the seasons change, so too does the selection of different fresh foods you can enjoy, if you know where to look of course.

St Clements is a charming neighbourhood café situated in London’s leafy Parsons Green and is the ideal place to taste the changing of the seasons. With each dish freshly handmade in the kitchen every day, and using only the finest seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, it’s not hard to see why… So come and see for yourself!

Open every day of the week for a healthy breakfast, lunch, relaxing afternoon tea and the occasional, unmissable supper club in the evening, the menu evolves regularly to match the seasons. Warmth is brought to the colder months with comforting classics such as soup, roasted squash & goat’s cheese lasagne all served up alongside fresh, vibrant salads incorporating seasonal produce, such as blood oranges, apples, damsons, pomegranates and pears. As the days get brighter, you can expect to find lighter fare such as smoked fish, smashed avocado and homemade tarts, with salads crammed full of sunny summer vegetables, including celebrated tomatoes from the Isle of Wight.

All food is homemade on-site daily by Chef-Owner Olivia Grant, ensuring the quality and taste is of the highest standard. St Clements’ menus showcase healthy, wholesome and supplier lead dishes that will have you coming back for more time and again!

Each and every dish at St Clements is wholesome and nutritious, no matter what time of year it is, and there are a variety of gluten and dairy free options. If you’re in need of a pick-me-up, then you’re in luck as St Clements are supplied by some of the finest coffee makers in town! Choose from Ozone Coffee Roasters for a richer dark/medium roast; or Assembly coffee if you’re opting for a lighter Blend. Customers can also relax and unwind with a glass of wine, either in the café or on the terrace when the temperatures rise. Bloody Mary’s are available to sip alongside weekend brunch and there is always the option of prosecco for those in the mood for some bubbles!

The elegant and stylish interiors help to create a bright and welcoming atmosphere. Designed by award winning architects William Tozer, the space is light and airy with quirky features that add character and class. Innovative touches include the counter that has been made using reclaimed chemistry tables from a local school; and the beautiful tiles on the table tops are sourced from Emerie et Cie… very stylish indeed!

With its suitable “green” location, St Clements is a one-of-a-kind café that’ll leave you feeling good inside and outside all year round.

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All In London Review

Friendly cafe with hearty, Mediterranean-influenced food

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St. Clement's cafe is on New King's Road, the continuation of the famous Chelsea high street that gave birth to punk. Today it's better known for its chain stores, but at this end, a stone's throw from Fulham, it's filled with independent boutiques and wine shops, in keeping with the affluent neighbourhood of Parson's Green.

It's a small, cute cafe with a few tables outside. On the Saturday lunchtime we visit it's full. Given its leafy, well-to-do location we're expecting plenty of yummy mummies with their kids in tow, but instead the customers are couples and friends.

It's open during the day and the occasional evening for supperclubs. The menu has true to type healthy options like porridge and granola for breakfast, and a 'health platter', with avocado, tomatoes, dukka and seeded rye bread.

Main dishes are heartier with a Mediterranean influence. Nicely seasoned sausages are chopped and mixed with crispy potatoes flecked with rosemary, with two soft-yolked poached eggs with plenty of pepper, spinach, and toasted sourdough and butter. Herby beans are braised and sprinkled with feta cheese, with tender Portobello mushrooms, also served with poached eggs. Both are very good.

Coffee comes from Ozone, the artisan roastery on Old Street by way of New Zealand which has started to rival Monmouth in terms of supplying cafes. It's also fully licenced with a small wine list.

Reviewed by Leila anonymously
Published on May 9, 2016


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