Found in the heart of the South London Gallery, No 67 is there for all your hungry hankerings. Not only are the interiors minimal, cool and casual, the menu is a roster of international plates and seasonal flavours that can be perfectly teased by the cocktail menu in both the restaurant and the terrace space outside.
Restaurants in Peckham
It's the brightest beacon in the south, and one of the most unique and culture heavy locations in London, so why wouldn't you be planning a night out in Peckham? From casual boozers serving up prolific roasts to trendy eateries where pizza and craft beer are claimed as king, check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in Peckham and get familiar with one of the most unique places in the city.
White the Prince of Peckham is a fun community pub full of tasty craft beer and expertly made cocktails, come here for food and you'll be treated to Caribbean food from White Men Can't Jerk.
Nestled in the heart of Peckham Rye, this independent pub is filled with centuries of history. Not only will you find lunch, dinner and impressive Sunday roasts all through the week, but there's even a pub quiz, live DJs and jazz music.
One of the best restaurants in Peckham, Pedler is not a name to be missed. Not only are the interiors a charming blend of both the kitsch and the eclectic, people that head on down to dinner at Pedler can embroil their bellies in the finest of plates that celebrate community dining and cocktails combined.
When it comes to pizza in Peckham, there's a name that you'd be silly to miss. While found slightly on the outskirts of Nunhead, embark on your travels to Four Hundred Rabbits for rustic and hardy pizza bites set alongside a top roster of craft beers and cocktails.
A cafe cum bar cum almost pub on Melon Road, not only is The Hope a fun blend of raw materials, vintage interiors and kitsch props, head on down on any day of the week and enjoy their foodie spoils, coming in the shape of main dinners and premium Sunday roasts.