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Clapham's Eco restaurant offers a fine selection of Italian cuisine and a wide range of wood oven pizzas. You can play it safe with a pepperoni pizza or be a little more daring and try the scarmosa and coppa pizza!

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 23:00

TUE

12:00 - 23:00

WED

12:00 - 23:00

THU

12:00 - 23:00

FRI

12:00 - 23:30

SAT

09:00 - 23:30

SUN

09:00 - 22:30

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Eco reviews



By Andrew M.

You can get it all at Eco. The pizza toppings are everything from swordfish to mussels and are fab. The only problem at Eco is the wait for tables. It is so popular expect to wait.


By Jenny T.

I came to Eco for Dinner with 2 friends on Saturday evening and will definitely be returning. We shared a selection of 4 dips for our starters which were all delicious, the Goats cheese and red pepper being my favourite and the bread that came with them is so moreish and tasty it was hard to not fill up on that alone. For mains we each had a different pizza all of which we're so good… The crust is lovely and thin with just the right amount of topping on just as proper pizzas should be. My only complaint would be how busy it was which meant that service was a little slow. Thankfully though we had pre booked a table so were seated promptly but unfortunately were encouraged to leave a bit sooner than we would have liked. All in all a great first impression and will definitely be returning in the near future for more delicious food that won’t leave to big a hole in your pocket.


By Heidi W.

eco would like to thank you for your review, we would like to apologise for this experience and we are reviewing the recipe for this pizza. also it would be much appriciated if you would write to us on our website as we can take action on the spot. Many Thanks Eco Team


By Kim R.

I went to ECO tonight with a friend, very disappointed. I ordered the San Daniele pizza with fresh tomato, pecorino and rocket, and the chef took the 'tomato' literally. To say the toppings on my pizza were grudgingly given is an understatement; about 12 rocket leaves, 1 and a half pomadoro tomatoes and 3 shavings of cheese scattered my sorry looking, anorexic pizza. I thought the cheese, rocket and tomatoes were being made as toppings, not as a garnish! I used to go here a lot, never again! Kim, disappointed and still hungry.


By Simon T.

I have to say that I value this restaurant more than ever! the intensive competition London offers has more often than not disappointed me, either through poor service, lack of understanding, small portions, lack of atmosphere and ultimately lack of good food. Eco all in all you win hands down!


By C G.

Over priced rip off. These ba**ards charge for everything from ketchup to salt and pepper. Stay well away. There arent many good restaurants in Clapham and this is another dog end. Pizzas with hardly any topping and charge charge charge mentality.


By Tanya D.

one word: delicious. would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who loves no-nonsense italian cuisine!


By Simone M.

My friend and i went to this restaurant last night. Its not too posh but the decor is simple and its a nice relaxed place to spend an evening. The food is deliscious and the service was fine. The portion sizes are quite big. Food really was good. Only thing we found wierd was they dont supply wine glasses with your wine - you have to drink it with a normal glass - a bit odd but not a big deal. Definitely recommend this place.


By Sophie C.

Known as something of an institution in Clapham after a run of over 20 years, Eco serves up impressive Italian cuisine at very reasonable prices. Although not ground-breaking, it’s perfect for a post-work catch-up pizza if you’re watching the pennies.

The Venue
Slap bang in the middle of Clapham High Street - wildly popular with the yummy mummies and twenty-somethings fresh out of uni - Eco is an authentic Italian that’s recently undergone a refurbishment. Wooden benches and exposed brickwork give a rustic feel to the place, but the decor also errs on the side of uninspiring.

The Atmosphere
Eco tends to get pretty busy, especially on Friday nights – perfect for those young professionals who want to line their stomachs with some carbs before hitting up Bison and Bird down the road for drinks to precurse Infernos or Vodka Revs. Eco’s reputation has clearly spread far and wide; even midweek bustles, though this tends to be reflected in the service, which can be quite slow.

The Food
Eco’s starters are delectably fresh and Mediterranean – don’t miss the burrata and oven-dried tomato bruschetta with fresh basil, or the chilli king prawn. The dips are also incredible, with the goat’s cheese and red pepper and the chorizo, sausage and tomato coming highly recommended.

The pizzas at Eco are its pièce de résistance; blended flours unique to the restaurant are double fermented and baked in its authentic fire oven. The most popular by far (and for good reason) is the wild mushroom, truffle oil and pecorino, which blends the strong truffle flavour with the milder, salty cheese delectably.

A noteworthy pasta selection is also as delicious as expected – try the smoked salmon and prawn if you’re after something from the sea, or the Vongole if you’re going all out, served with clams, garlic, white wine bisque sauce, tomato and chilli.

Classic Italian desserts are not to be missed either – try the creamy tiramisu or fruity raspberry pana cotta for an authentic taste of the boot.

The Drink
Eco’s wine list offers predominately (and unsurprisingly) Italian wines from between £14 and £23 a bottle. The reasonably-priced fruity Pinot Grigio Principato is the perfect accompaniment to your stone-baked pizza, the rich Burlesque Zinfadel great to pair with your spicy beef meatball spaghetti, and the Camillona Sauvignon Blanc ideal with any of the delicious fish dishes.

The Last Word
With the most expensive pizza keeping things under the £10 mark, Eco serves classic, mouth-watering, no-fuss Italian food at wallet-friendly prices.

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