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All our delicious, high-quality meals at The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton are cooked and served by the prisoners in training who are working towards gaining their City & Guilds NVQs in Food & Beverage Service, Professional Cookery and Food Hygiene.

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STARTERS

Choose from a range of starters including vegan and vegetarian dishes from £3.95.

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MAINS

We have selected Clink customer favourites in our mains selection, from £9.75.

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SIDES

Our sides are the perfect accompaniment to our main dishes or can be eaten on their own.

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DESSERTS

Our delicious desserts feature HMP Brixton favourites such as sticky toffee pudding and summer fruit crumble.

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SOFT DRINKS

To complement your meal, we have a fine selection of flavoured organic soft drinks from Luscombe in Devon as well as popular favourites

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THE CLINK AT HMP BRIXTON

The delicious, high-quality meals at The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton are cooked and served by the prisoners in training who are working towards gaining their City & Guilds NVQs in Food & Beverage Service, Professional Cookery and Food Hygiene. Our team at Brixton have been providing takeaway meals for HMP Brixton staff on duty during lockdown and also a take home facility for them via our Clink&Collect service, and we are delighted to be serving the public again through this initiative.

Situated in the old governor’s house dating back to 1819, the air-conditioned restaurant allows prisoners to learn, engage with the public and take their first steps towards a new life. All the leather upholstery and boardroom tables are made by prisoners at HMP Frankland and poetry is from former Clink trainees.

The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton is consistently placed in the Top 10 restaurants in London on TripAdvisor, and in 2017 all of our restaurants held the Number 1 spot for six months. A recent report issued by The Charity details the investment of philanthropic grants and donations to build its training restaurants and gardens in prison since opening its doors 10 years ago. The programme estimates it has created savings of £38m to the taxpayer during The Clink’s tenure through its targeted programme to reduce reoffending.

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