Eating & drinking in Peckham

Peckham boasts a vibrant and diverse creative community, and we’re lucky to have so many fantastic independent places to eat and drink on our doorstep. Here are some of our current favourites, all within 5 minutes walk of Peckham Rye station. Bon appétit!

Peckham Levels

Range of street food, bars, food hall with a heck of a view.


Work & coffee during the day, beers & cocktails on an evening

Rons Coffee House

Coffee house classics with seasonality and sustainability at heart


Excellent Kurdish restaurant with amazing lunchtime wraps

Coal Rooms

Top restaurant with an open kitchen fitted with a coal-fired grill


Proper Pie & Mash. Established by Michele Manze more than a century ago

The Begging Bowl

Small plates, quality Thai food

Brick Brewery

Beers brewed onsite, right next to the station

Market Peckham

Shop, eat, work, work out and dance


Ramen: “If you don’t make your own noodles, you’re just a soup shop”

The Victoria Inn

Friendly pub with a British seasonal menu

CLF Art Lounge

Lounge bar with restaurant, live entertainment space & roof garden.

Dovedales Cafe

Coffee, pastries, deli, wine shop

Bar Levan

Parisian inspired wine bar

081 Pizza

A seriously good Neapolitan Pizzeria

Peckham Arches

Open fire kitchen, cocktail terrace, gallery & event space

Forza Wine

Quality rooftop bar. Small plates, great views and drinks

Franks Cafe

Drinks, art, food, views of London (summer only)


One of the best Indian restaurants in South London


Authentic Persian meze. Also a great shop

Bussey Rooftop Bar

Great views, drinks and pop-up street food (summer only)

John the Unicorn

Cocktails, craft beers, pop-up street food. Open late

Market Place Peckham

Offering a large food court section. Something for everyone


All-day bar and dining, great wines, serving contemporary European dishes

There’s tons of events, markets, shops, exhibitions and creative businesses to check out too. We would recommend to start with Copeland Park & Bussey Building and Peckham Levels to see what’s happening.