New to Peckham Levels is Kingston Kigali, an East African and Caribbean inspired food vendor. It's run by Stacey Uwimana who combines her own Rwandese Mukiga heritage with her business partner Salma's British Jamaican background to serve up vegan food with a difference.
Inspired by the food they eat at home, they've come up with an offering intended to put Rwandan food on the map. "We aim... to get people discovering the beauty of a
Three Peckham locals are behind this new opening which hopes to be a cool place to drop in and enjoy wine and food.
Londoners love their kebabs. And the rise of more modern kebab offerings in London continues to grow with the arrival of BABBER in Peckham this month.
Run by head chef Joseph Ryan who started at Hoi Polloi and Salon in Brixton Village before running the kitchen at nearby Frank’s Bar, it's going to take the food you're perhaps more likely to eat after drinking and put it squarely back in the pub.
Customers at The White
Forza Win are opening their second restaurant, and this time they're heading back to the rooftops with Forza Wine. They'll be at the top of the Market building in Peckham, serving Italian small plates, flatbreads and wine, of course.
In Peckham, food from all over the world and for all budgets is represented, uniting to offer the best food found within one postcode anywhere in the capital.
The same people who brought us Soane's Kitchen have taken over the gallery cafe in the South London Gallery in Peckham for their latest opening.
Gosnells, which is London’s only meadery - and can we pause just for a moment even to to consider how great it is that we have a meadery at all in 2019? - is about to bring its drinks direct to drinkers with the launch of its first bar. The honey-focused set up can be found in an upstairs room above Coal Rooms in Peckham from 8 March and will be of course offering lots of mead, plus small plates from the Coal Rooms kitchen downstairs.
If you've been a fan of the various KERB street food markets across town, then you'll definitely be interested on what's coming next. They're getting ready to launch KERB X - which sees them mixing their street food know-how with a new Saturday market - on opposite sides of town.
First up, launching on 25 August is KERB X Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End. This one is part of the refurb of the building - adding an arts centre and
After five years of success with Brixton's Salon, Nicholas Balfe is following it up with an all-day restaurant in Peckham, Levan. Expect a bistronomy approach to the food, with low-waste and natural wines a big thing too.
2018 is continuing its streak of being the year of vegan junk food with the arrival of KERB stalwart Oh My Dog's brand new vegan hot dog range.
It’ll form part of hot dog vendor’s newly extended menu, rolled out as part of its latest residency in Peckham's Old Nun’s Head. Oh My Dog will be dishing out their dogs every Thursday and Friday in the Peckham boozer, with an extended menu that
We swung south of the river for a top Saturday brunch and came away wanting to try loads more of the menu at this new Peckham opening.
Catering for the artists, makers and visitors of Peckham’s new community-led creative hub comes Wildflower, providing healthy, animal-free food in a relaxed canteen-style atmosphere.
South African inspired dishes make the arrival of Kudu in Peckham one to put on the to-try list with plenty of local food on the menu too.
If you live down Peckham way, then you may already know that the area's iconic multi-storey carpark (the one that Frank's lives on top of) is almost ready to unveil itself as the street food-laden Peckham Levels. To get us nice and warmed up though, Levels is now running a six-week weekend residency at the carpark's neighbour, Spike + Earl.
The idea is that each weekend, the Peckham coffee and cocktail bar will showcase various local vendors, giving us a chance to
What do you get when you mix a team of coffee entrepreneurs with a barbecue expert? Coal Rooms, where red eye gravy is made in a coffee-deglazed pan, and there's more than enough meat for you to pour it over…
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