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New venture from the team behind The Camberwell Arms and Peckham’s much-loved rooftop bar Frank’s. Serving up pizza by the slice, these guys promise they’ll be ‘making a style of pizza all of our own’ – expect flavour combos like smoked pork belly, smoked provola, burrata, chard and salted chilli and pineapple, mozzarella, scotch bonnet onions and mortadella.
Unit 4.1 Copeland Park, 133 Copeland Rd, London SE15 3SN
Lunch from 12-3 Tuesday to Sunday
Dinner from 5-10 Monday to Sunday
Founded by David and Carl from their passion in delivering amazing fast food at festivals. Through several pop-ups, they were led to “changing fried chicken for the good” with their delicious take on their easy but well made fried chicken goods. Tasty fried chicken, home-made dips, handmade buns, cold beers and a scene that encapsulates London’s fast-food music culture scene.
Chick n Sours Seven Dials
Founded in Tobacco Dock in Shadwell, Skylight pride’s itself as a location that offers gorgeous panoramic views of London’s skyline with vista seating, high-end cocktails and delicious food. Now expanding to a new site in Peckham with the same core values, with a newly developed dinner and brunch menu that offers a fine dining experience. Including sharing plates of seafood, light bites and a mixture of platters and grazing goods for the elegant clientele to enjoy while gazing at London’s dazzling view.
Skylight Peckham - all day Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Established Burger chains in London and Brighton opened first in 2012 on James St. The ethos of doing a small menu to the highest standard. They have a number of sites around London and concessions with their mobile food truck. They strive to create the best burgers with the freshest ingredients they can. More than just simply serving delicious burgers, their aim is to create “the most epic experience with great vibes at the heart of everything we do” with a portfolio of integrated food and music events.
Patty&Bun Soho - Old Compton Street
The Rum Kitchen was founded from the inspiration of Nottingham Carnival, once the site of the famous Mangrove Club, run by activist Frank Crinchlow in the 1960’s - a meeting place for the Black community and famous customers like Jimi Hendrix, Nina Simone and Bob Marley. They honour the essence of the all day party, taking every customer on a journey of fun and dance. Their menu focuses on rum cocktails and Jerk BBQ with amazing DJ’s to help bring the carnival soundtrack to their guests.
The Rum Kitchen, Shoreditch - 5 Sclater Street Shoreditch, London, E16GX
Nanny Bills began in North London as an homage to their Grandma Bill who ran a cafe in the 70’s & 80’s. They began with their first vintage food truck feeding East Londonders at Night tales food market to then open their first pop-up Hackney Wick, Nanny Bills are now some of the most desirable for London’s foodies. Being one of the finalists for the National Burger Awards for “The Jam”. They have worked with big fashion brands like Adidas, Levi’s and Tommy Hilfiger, now with two permanent locations in London.
40-42 Chalk Farm Rd, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8BG