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Restaurants and cafes
Amaranth Thai - tasty Thai food, a mix of expected Thai dishes and more unusual fare. An Earlsfield staple; they own nearby Amaranth Too Thai deli.
Cah-Chi - small and deservedly busy Korean restaurant, including bbq tables. It pays to book ahead. Cash only.
Nazmin's - Earlsfield's go-to Indian with loads of seating.
Singha Express - Chinese, Thai, and Japanese restaurant (takeaway and delivery too). Quick and reliable.
Thai Grocer - just as it says, Thai food and groceries too.
Nabrasa - all-you-can-eat Brazilian restaurant right by the station.
Sylvan Oak - the jewel in Earlsfield's culinary crown but too good to save just for special occasions. Modern European, well worth the slightly longer walk from the station.
Il Girasole - simple and delicious Italian towards the Wandsworth end of Earlsfield. Recommended.
Figli del Vesuvio - Neapolitan pasta dishes and woodfired pizza at the Summerstown end of Earlsfield.
Carluccio's - Italian chain, a solid option but do check out your independent options too.
La Pernella - local Italian fare; they also deliver and offer cafe food and coffee by day.
Ben's Canteen - burgers and cocktails, wine bar, neon signs, youngish crowd, shared table option. Lots of tastings and events.
Meat Rack - as it says on the tin, a carnivore's menu of burgers, steaks, wings and more.
Roxie Steak - another longstanding Earlsfield favourite knocking out great steaks and sides with a reliably good wine list.
Mel's - retro rocker vibe with breakfasts, brunch, burgers and a bar.
Belle Amie - parent and child favourite for coffee, snacks, and lunch. Small back room to hire.
Bean and Hop - formerly The Earlsfield Deli, the Bean and Hop has expanded to serve a wider range of food, including pizzas, and focus on craft beer. Look out for their tasting evenings.
Desserts Caffe - sundaes, waffles, crepes, gelato and more, including lunches.
Skylark - a short walk from Earlsfield on Wandsworth Common, Skylark is a family haven during the day and is now venturing into evening supper clubs for the grown-ups. Hosts a weekly children's events programme.
The Wandle - named after the local river, offers ping pong tables and a decked beer garden. Sport shown, live music, food.
The Halfway House - Young's Pub right on the crossroads, small beer garden and recently refurbished.
The Leather Bottle - Young's Pub with 'the best beer garden in London'. Restaurant space, private huts to book in the garden and seasonal and tasting events.
The Jolly Gardeners - comfy gastropub with small beer garden, great food from Masterchef winner Dhruv Baker and team.
The Earlsfield - from the Cattle Grid group, sports shown, good pub food with offers on some nights. Built right into Earlsfield station.
GJ's - further towards Wandsworth, distinct South African crowd, look out for their hog roasts.
The Old Sergeant - much more than a bus stop name, the good folk at the Old Sergeant organise charity walks and other events as well as offering exotic roast dinner options every Sunday.
The Pig and Whistle - edging into Southfields, the Pig and Whistle is dog friendly and has regular food and drink specials.
Three Six Six - back with a new look, stand-out cocktail list and new daytime offering, this Earlsfield stalwart is keeping things fresh.
Graffiti Bar - regular happy hours and a challenge to work your way through the entire menu, Graffiti Bar is a long-standing Earlsfield favourite.
By The Horns - these local brewers made good are leading the Summerstown revival with their brewery tap bar, regular events, and great beers.