Putney - Everything you want.
By day - a quiet corner where you can stroll along the banks of the Thames and the ramshakled boathouses – By night, a vibrant area filled with restaurants bars, cafes and nightlife – Putney is one of the most popular postcodes in our Capital. Boasting
excellent transpot links, and the starting point for the annual Oxford and Cambridge boat race - Putney really does have it all.
Putney Station (Brinkley's)
94-98 Upper Richmond Road, Putney East, SW15 2SP
Brinkley’s is a Capital Living favourite. A stylish restaurant with a busy bar and a great atmosphere, it is spacious, light and modern with large windows at the front and a romantic garden at the back. The bar serves all your favourite cocktails and has a happy hour from 5.00 - 7.00pm. Their menu is contemporary, modern British/Italian-style serving pizzas, pasta, steak, burgers, salads and delicious puddings.
75 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, SW15 2SR
Valentina combines a delicatessen, restaurant and spuntino bar (Italian tapas to you and me). Whether you go in for a take-away coffee, or a three course meal – the experience is wonderful. The food is sensational, the staff are always friendly, helpful, and efficient and the décor is fabulous. We love every element Valentina has to offer - the deli at the front, the more relaxed dining downstairs at the back, and the smarter restaurant upstairs. A perfect place to take friends and family.
The Boat House
Brewhouse Lane, Putney, SW15 2JX
The Boathouse boasts some of the best views of the Thames in South-West London. Set over 3 different levels, the Ground floor, with floor to ceiling windows which lead you out to our riverside beer terrace; a split floor mezzanine level which is perfect for secluded evenings and finally the top floor, with unrivalled views across the Thames, perfect for parties or house gatherings.
+ Ideal in the summer to have some drinks on the river as the sun sets.
31-33 Putney High Street, Putney, SW15 1SP
A little piece of Brazil in Putney. Slow-roasted meats over an authentic Brazilian Churrascaria to capture their individual flavour. The lunch and dinner menus feature unlimited servings of up to 15 different cuts of roasted meats which are presented on skewers and carved tableside by the ‘Passadors’. Sophie's written a blog post on it: https://www.capitalliving.co.uk/blog/2015/05/meat-eaters-eat-your-heart-out.aspx
+ Make sure get the pepper steak!
Wallace and Co.
146 Upper Richmond Road, Putney East, SW15 2SW.
Fresh local food. Wallace & Co bring you the best local, seasonal fruit and vegetables on a plate. Most of their produce is grown at Secrett’s Farm in Surrey, where the restaurant supply business Secrett’s Direct is based. They stock a small selection of that produce in the café – whatever is great right now - and much of the café menu is also available to takeaway.
Putney Medical Centre
350 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, SW15 6TL
Remember it can take up to one-week to register or change your details with the NHS, and you will need to provide proof of residence (e.g. Tenancy Agreement and a bank statement with your new address on it). Once
41 Jews Row, Wandsworth London SW18 1TB
On the banks of the Thames by Wandsworth Bridge, The Ship was originally founded as the Thameside Waterman’s Inn in 1786. The Ship now supplies fine ales, wines, and foods to its surrounding residents, and remains one London’s most original and endearing pubs.
+ Sunday at The Ship is famous for its summer BBQ and winter roast, but after 7:00pm the revelry begins with live music and customers dancing on the tables!
Wandsworth Park, London
Wandsworth Park is one of two Grade II listed parks in Putney, the other being Battersea Park. The park is situated along the south bank of the River Thames and bordered to the south by Putney Bridge Road. On the opposite side of the river is the Hurlingham Club in Fulham. The park is 8 hectares in size and is home to over 350 trees of many different species.
The perfect park for walking or exercising.
With restaurants popping up all over the place Byron is a great burger joint. You know what you're getting and they have a wide selection. This one is hard to miss as it's pretty big, and bright pink.
The Duke's Head
The Duke's head is right on the Thames, with a pub, upmarket restaurant, rooms for hire upstairs and downstairs bar/club this venue really has it all!
The Dynamo is THE place to go if you're a keen cyclist. This restaurant caters to your every cycling need. The food (pizzas/salads/brunch) is also really good!
+ They have a generous happy hour - make the most of it!
Ground Coffee Society
Off Lower Richmond Road Ground is a must visit for all coffee and brunch lovers. The coffee is spot on and they have nailed brunch!
+ The granola, yoghurt and fruit is amazing