Starting his career aged just sixteen after winning the prestigious apprentice chef placement at Claridge’s from the Savoy Educational Trust, Essex-born Adam Byratt was always destined for great things. Byratt comes from a family of food-lovers and trained chefs and as a result his passion for good, British food runs deep – and you can taste it in every bite.
Trinity is not this chef’s first appearance in Clapham. Back in 2001, after a stint as head chef of The Worx, Adam identified this London hub as the ideal spot for his first restaurant opening. He launched Thyme and it was a hit right off the bat, winning awards left right and centre for Restaurant of the Year and Best Newcomer, but despite its initial success, a move to Covent Garden and unforeseen costs that followed resulted in closure. Trinity was his second chance and learning from his mistakes, Byratt stuck with his original instinct and started anew in Clapham.
Along with his business partner, Angus Jones, Byratt designed the restaurant he had always dreamed of owning, touting seasonal yet imaginative dishes showing off the very best of his skill-set and a laid-back ambience for a thoroughly enjoyable meal.