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The Earlsfield

The Earlsfield

A trendy gastropub serving a superb rack of ribs!

Roxie

Roxie

Also known as Fyre, possibly the best and most consistently great steaks in all of London.

Nazmin's

Nazmin's

The greatest curry house in South West London! Ask for the Gust Khata Masala, you will not be disappointed!

Mel's

Mel's

Vintage beats, breakfast and burgers. Best burger in Earlsfield!

Marina Fish

Marina Fish

Fantastic for 'fishy Fridays' or a cheeky lunchtime deal for £4.50. Great quality fish shipped down daily from Scotland.

The Leather Bottle

The Leather Bottle

A 300 year old Young's pub with London's biggest pub garden, featuring beach huts and a volley ball court - fantastic on a summer's day!

Wimbledon Park Farmers' Market

Wimbledon Park Farmers' Market

Excellent selection of fresh vegetables, meat, dairy and bakery products brought in direct from the producers every Saturday.

Cah-Chi

Cah-Chi

Once featured in Time Out's top 50 restaurants in London, the original restaurant started in Raynes Park, with people flocking from all over London for an authentic Korean dining experience.

Chez Bruce

Chez Bruce

Always great modern European food at this Michelin-starred restaurant. Perfect for a special occasion.

Wandsworth Common

Wandsworth Common

One of the best places south of the Thames to walk your dog on a Sunday morning. There is also a fantastic coffee shop inside the park where you can meet friends and catch up on the week.

McChina

McChina

Eat in or take away, this Chinese restaurant serves everyones favourite dishes - perfect for large groups.

Refill

Refill

The best Caribbean restaurant in Tooting Bec and their lunch deal is only £3.50!

The Castle

The Castle

Jump off the tube at Tooting Broadway and straight to the bar! The beer garden is amazing. Definitely one of the best pubs in Tooting and South London.

Kennedy's

Kennedy's

The best fish and chips in South London, right on Tooting High Street.

Lahore Karahi

Lahore Karahi

An awesome Pakistani restaurant serving delicious curries! Really busy, a lively atmosphere and really good for large groups of people.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Wandsworth, Southfields, Wandsworth Common, Tooting, Balham, Clapham Junction, Wimbledon, Colliers Wood, Putney and Merton

"Wimbledon Stadium formed the backdrop for the video of Queen's 1978 hit 'Bicycle Race', in which naked women raced each other on bikes - it was banned in a number of countries"

You can be at London Waterloo in less than 15 minutes from Earlsfield Station.

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There are some breathtaking properties neighbouring Wandsworth Common.

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Earlsfield has everything that families and professionals are looking for in an area...

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  1. Earlsfield is a great location to everything!

  2. It has a superb location. You rarely have to wait more than five minutes for a train into Waterloo and the service is even more frequent during the rush hour. The journey to Waterloo takes around 15 minutes and the connection to the underground from Vauxhall is super-convenient; you can easily be at Oxford Circus in less than half an hour. In the other direction, many other areas of south-west London and Surrey are easily accessible, including Kingston, which is less than 20 minutes away and has a thriving shopping centre, including John Lewis. Via Clapham Junction, Westfield at Shepherds Bush can be reached in less than half an hour.

  3. Considering how small Earlsfield is it has a huge range of restaurants - Thai, Indian, Korean, Brazilian, great fish and chips, a couple of brasseries and a steak house on the way!

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Child-friendly activities near Earlsfield

Latino Bambino

St Barnabas Church Hall
Exercise, Keep fit, have fun and bond with your baby whilst dancing to Latin rhythms. Your baby stays right there with you, snuggled in a baby carrier, whilst you get some healthy exercise that has been devised to be safe and gentle for both you and your little one. Our mum and baby salsa classes are also a great way to socialize with other mums and an opportunity to introduce your child to music and movement through Dance. Salsa Babies(tm) Class: Fridays 12.00-12.45 Toddler Class (1-4 Years): Fridays 11.10-11.45 6 consecutive weeks block is £57 (£9.50 per class). 12 consecutive weeks block is £96 (£8 per class) Trial session is £10. Website

Perform - Earlsfield

Earlsfield Baptist Church
Perform runs unique drama dance and singing based workshops as well as parties and holiday courses throughout London and the South East. It is designed for children aged 4-7 years old. At Perform classes children can: meet children in their age group and make new friends, learn as they sing dance and play, improve their confidence and self-esteem, and be active and improve their health. You can contact Perform for further information to book your free first session and to sign your child up for a class. There is a termly fee for classes and places must be booked in advance. Children attending the classes will need comfortable clothes and appropriate footwear as there is a lot of movement involved. Website

Musical Express

Southfields Methodist Church
Fun and interactive music and movement classes for pre-schoolers! With lots of time to play the percussion instruments and a new surprise each week. Website

PRE-SCHOOL - 3-5 YEARS

BOLD CROSSFIT KIDS
These sessions will run for approx 25-30 minutes (parents are asked to stay) during which children will learn the basics of new skills such as the air squat. Preschool sessions will be based around game play, with a focus on fun, simply aimed at getting children moving through functional movement patterns. Website

Baby Rhyme Time

Earlsfield Library
This session is for parents/carers and their children aged 0-2 years. Families can: make friends and socialise, listen to popular stories that will help your child learn, and help develop your child's imagination. There is no need to book just turn up. Please note these sessions are for members of Wandsworth libraries only. If you would like to join the library you will need to complete a library application form and provide a proof of identity and address. You will then be given a library membership card which will allow you to borrow items and attend these types of sessions. Website

Sensory Room at Garratt Park Children's Centre

Garratt Park Children's Centre
A Sensory Room is a place where children, including those with a disability or special need, can explore and develop their senses and skills. Features can include: soft play areas, padded floors and walls and interactive equipment. Website

Pre-School Football

Romany Scouts Hut
Inspire Pre School Football Fun courses have been running now for over 4 years and due to continued popularity we are now offering extra dates. Inspire Pre School football sessions will consist of playing fun games and activities to aid your child's social development skills (listening, sharing, taking turns and teamwork) whilst making new friends along the way and having lots of FUN!  Session 1: 1pm-1:35pm- 3 years - 4.5 years Session 2: 1:45pm-2:15pm - 2 years - 3.5 years Website

About Earlsfield

Earlsfield is an area within the London Borough of Wandsworth, London. Earlsfield is a typical London suburb and comprises mostly residential Victorian terraced houses with a high street of shops, bars, and restaurants (very few chain stores) between Garratt Lane, Allfarthing Lane, and Burntwood Lane. Although it has had a slow start and lags behind its neighbour Clapham, Earlsfield - with its schools and family facilities as well as its primary transport link into central London - has a strong housing market.

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