Sandy’s not quite a cafe, not quite a restaurant! It manages to bridge the gap between both through creativity, innovation and community.
Business to be built on the pillars of flavour, freshness & people. A wholesome take on food and design creating a sanctuary enclave within London and friendly faces that make for a great vibe, day after day.
Sandy's will attract different markets — for families on the weekend and business people during the week, the evening for grown-ups who want to socialise. Relaxed and informal atmosphere appeal to Clapham dwellers and workers, as well as those from across the Capital in search of great food, coffee and wine.
Sandy's will be space that’s naturally bright with abundant greenery. There’s a range of seating options from booths to communal tables and stools at the counter.
The idea is want to create a sense of ‘Shoreditch cool’ in the heart of South West London to give us stand out and to make the whole brand more approachable to an audience that encompasses everything from office workers looking for lunch, friends grabbing a bite together, and families sitting down for a relaxing end of the day meal.
When most Londoners think of Clapham stereotypes, there are two distinct groups that immediately come to mind: Australians, and City Boys. However, due to its size and proximity to very multi-cultural areas such as Brixton, you can find almost every kind of person here. While the Australians and young professionals dominate the High Street on a Saturday night, come Sunday morning the cafes and the Common are full of families and students enjoying brunch from one of the many local restaurants.