Trinity may be one of Clapham’s smartest neighbourhood restaurants specialising in Modern French cuisine, but did you know they also do a smashing Sunday lunch? A classy three courses for £35 centres around beautiful but gutsy mains: the highlight being, naturally, the Aberdeen Angus sirloin with proper Yorkshire puddings, roast veg and fresh English horseradish (grated with a flourish tableside). Other options for mains might include roast Middle White pork belly, or balsamic braised lamb shanks, bookended by potted sea bass or pigeon kiev for starters, and sticky date and toffee pudding for dessert. Service is top notch and unexpectedly unfussy for all the pressed linen and sparkling glassware about. Recommended for when a grimy gastropub offering just won’t do. Charmaine Mok
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