Darby's by Robin Gill

Renowned chef Robin Gill's restaurant in Embassy Gardens towers, below the Sky Pool - the world's first 'floating' swimming pool.

Dublin-born chef-restaurateur Robin Gill worked under revered chefs such as Marco Pierre White and Raymond Blanc, but has his own string of Clapham based restaurants – The Dairy, Sorella and Counter Culture. 

Inspired by Robin’s jazz musician father, Earl ‘Darby’ Gill, the restaurant celebrates his time spent touring America in the 50s and early 60s, reflecting the Manhattan bars he frequented - and with a menu of live music every evening Monday to Saturday. Also expect an ingredient-led approach showcasing ethical produce in a simple but thoughtful way and seasonally minded to form an Irish focused menu. The restaurant is on the ground floor of the development but service the pool area with a limited menu. Open from 8am until late.

Ideal For

All-day dining

Signature Dishes

"Willy’s mackerel crudo" and caviar with potato flatbread; Lady Hamilton cod on the bone cooked over fire on the grill and Black pig with caramelised apple glaze.