It's been a Clapham fave for some time and now Adam Byatt's Trinity is getting ready to re-open after a big refurbishment - with a new upstairs restaurant, to boot.
There will be a new casual dining spot upstairs called... "Upstairs". There will be 12 small dishes (between £3 and £12) and they'll change daily. They'll include Roast Chestnut Salad, BBQ Squid and Gremolata, Crab Thermidor, Game Broth, Radishes and Turbot Roe and Quince and Cardamom Granita.
Downstairs will continue in the style of the original Trinity. That'll include their signature Pig’s Trotter with Gribiche, Lemon Sole baked in Seaweed Butter, Pot au feu of Duck, Roast Grouse with White Polenta and Blackberries. And, of course, the apple pie and custard he served up on Great British Menu.
There's a new wine list. And among those are the 'Chef's Cellar' Selection of fine wines with only VAT and corkage added. Upstairs will be serving more wines by the glass and carafe, and they'll be running masterclasses too.
And some outside space on the piazza - and an open kitchen too.