Wandsworth is a district in south west London and has a population of just under 300,000, making it the largest inner London borough. It is home to South Bank University, Clapham Junction, and Putney Bridge which is the starting place of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. Wandsworth has musical links, and many people may recognise the now unused Battersea Power Station from the cover of Pink Floyd’s 1977 album Animals. Food festivals are a regular occurrence in Wandsworth, such as the Foodies Festival which makes a yearly pit stop in Battersea.
Located just outside of the capital’s centre, Wandsworth receives a large amount of foot traffic from professionals and tourists alike looking for a cheaper alternative to the pricey restaurants and bars of central London. This has caused a large collection of eateries to open within walking distance of Clapham Junction railway station, including the award winning gourmet fish and chip restaurant, The Fish Club and Donna Margherita, which has a secluded outdoor area, hidden away from the bustling main street.