No3 Restaurant and Bistro is a place to eat in Clapham, set within a stunning contemporary building known as Audley Nightingale Place and bordering Clapham Common.
Audley Nightingale Place was originally the site of the Metropolitan Police Headquarters, serving the city and local area. Set within the thriving culture of Clapham, the place is at a stone’s throw from many public transport links and has a bistro, a restaurant (with private dining room), a cinema and a luxury sport club with a sauna and swimming pool.
Bistro and restaurant, both offer a relaxed dining experience and set the standards for fine dining within the area. Menus are seasonally updated to ensure the restaurant provides fresh tasting dishes.
Whether dining with friends and family or hiring us for a private function, at No3 at Nightingale Place we pride ourselves on carefully planned menus and exceptional standards in presentation, taste and service.
Expertly balancing innovative gastronomic feats with heart-warming masterpieces, the menu appeals to a broad range of diners as No3 Restaurant and Bistro provides breakfasts, specials for two, evening A La Carte, Sunday brunch, desserts and a selection of afternoon teas.
For those in search to spoil someone with a dining experience or an afternoon tea, we are happy to offer a selection of gift vouchers. As a gift idea, we can also offer a Picnic Hamper from No3.
HOW TO FIND US:
Buses run every 15 min from Clapham Junction station to Clapham South Underground station, which is located next door to No3. Take the G1 bus heading south towards Streatham Green.
Train service run every 10 min from Clapham Junction station to Balham station. Balham station is the closest National Rail train station to our place. At Balham station head towards the Underground and take Northern Line one stop northbound to Clapham South Underground station. Exit the Underground onto Nightingale Lane and the venue will be on the left.
If you are driving to No3, we recommend taking advantage of the off-street parking that is available nearby.
PLACES NEAR NO3 IN CLAPHAM:
Clapham South Underground Station
The station was opened in 1926 and designed as one of eight London Underground stations with a deep-level air-raid shelter underneath it. These tube shelters were serving as safe place for essential services such as telephone services, government offices and military personnel. In 1948, the deep shelter was repurposed to temporarily accommodate immigrants.
David Bowie Memorial
An easy walk from Nightingale Place to visit this gorgeous mural by Australian artist Jimmy C.
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