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We had the pleasure to eat here. This was our second visit to London...THIS restaurant is the best restaurant we have eaten at in all of London. Absolutely delicious. We dined with our two young children and the chef made it a point to make them something special, and yet out of this world delicious (organic, farm fed chicken and veggies), I had the venison pie with truffle mash, and my husband had the venison sirloin...the portions are generous and absolutely amazing! It was not gamey or chewing, it was completely tender. We will return next time we come! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Welcome to Claw,
We believe that crab and other British seafood is undervalued and we want more people to realise that it is fresh, healthy, high in protein and most importantly delicious!
Sustainability is at the heart of our business. We aim to source as much produce from the UK as possible and try to keep our menu up to date with the seasons.
Taking out the middle men, we deal directly with sustainable fishermen to ensure that we receive the best produce. Our crab and lobster comes from Favis in Salcombe, trout from the chalk streams in Hampshire, oysters from Colchester and all our meat from H.G. Walter.
Over the last two years we’ve traded at markets throughout London, festivals across the UK and ran pop-ups at various restaurants and bars. Find us at our Carnaby restaurant or various festivals and events in the Summer.
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If dining in the U.K. still evokes lackluster fish and chips or sorry boiled vegetables, it’s time for a trip. Call it the renaissance of British cuisine—from revived and updated bangers and mash to regional authentic Chinese, London has rewritten its own culinary story and now proudly bears the qualities of a veritable food destination. With a population of nearly 8.8 million people and one of the most popular airports in the world, the city is a bastion of cultural and culinary diversity, from an old world Parsi café and forage-forward tasting menus, to rethought English breakfasts and markets of all types. We’ll cheers to that.