Restaurants in Peckham

Swiftly becoming South East London's foodie capital, Peckham restaurants are the stars that won't stop rising. From casual boozers serving up Sunday roasts and trendy eateries where pizza and craft beer are king to some of the most exciting dining rooms in London, the options are not just plentiful, they're exceptional. We've dug into our favourite finds from the area, so read on to discover our top 15 from SE15. 

Last updated on 27th September 2021




The Old Nun's Head

241 user reviews 4

From Nigerian street food to some of the best roasts in Peckham, The Old Nun's Head is keeping stomachs happy across SE15. Book a spot in the Nunhead Green pub and get ready to enjoy filthy burgers, beans and dodo and hearty Sunday spreads.

The White Horse

88 user reviews 4

A fantastic pub near Rye Lane, The White Horse is one of the best places to eat in Peckham. Their kitchen residency, Babber, cooks up big fancy kebabs, including chicken thighs with harissa mayo and lamb kofte, alongside a range of delicious side plates and snacks.

Pedler

1 user review 5

One of the best restaurants in Peckham, Pedler is a popular neighbourhood eatery with a passion for international plates and fun cocktails. Open for brunch and dinner from Thursday to Sunday, the friendly bistro fronts a range of delicious dishes, such as baked aubergine, cauliflower pakoras and rare breed pork chops.

One of the best restaurants on Bellenden Road, Made of Dough is the cool and casual pizza place that's perfect for any occasion. With a varied selection of slices, plenty of vegan options and a fun lineup of cocktails and boozy milkshakes, it's become one of the most popular places to eat in Peckham.

Tonkotsu Peckham

2 user reviews 4

Tonkotsu is always a popular spot for ramen in London, but its Peckham restaurant has a lot more going for it than just mouthwatering bowls of noodles and delicious gyoza. Located on top of Bussey Building, the casual eatery promises great views over the area and an impressive sake selection.

One of the newest additions to the Copeland Park complex, Mike's is a pizzeria from the team behind iconic Peckham rooftop bar, Frank's Cafe. With cult chef Gabriele Bonci in the kitchen, the restaurant goes far beyond pedestrian slices with toppings such as pineapple with scotch bonnet onions and a menu of unique brunch plates.

Kudu

1 user review 5

Among the most unique restaurants in Peckham, Kudu is serving up modern European plates with a South African twist. Head over to the Queens Road hotspot and discover Boerewors brunch rolls, braai aubergine and their house bread that has to be eaten to be believed. And on the way home? Stop by the eatery's cocktail bar, Smokey Kudu, for some exceptional sips.