An unsung hero in the foodie scene, South Eastern Peckham is a district worth getting to know when it comes to awesome eats. From brick-walled craft beer bars to organic specialists, Peckham's dinner time business is thriving, and it's time you were a part of it....
1. Yeastie Boys Bigmouth session IPA, Hop Burns & Black
Offering up the best in craft beers and with an ever changing menu, Hop Burns & Black is one bar you'll want to take your time in. We can't pay a visit without sipping on one of the Yeastie Boys brews. Our fave? Full of tropical flavours and perfect for summer, it's got to be the Bigmouth session IPA. Super pale, hoppy and with white wine notes this is a sweet little number that goes down perfectly in the sunshine.
Where: Hop Burns & Black, Dulwich Road
2. Patate pizza, Firezza
Cheerful and chock full of passion, Firezza is one pizza chain that is determined to reclaim authentic pizza and show the UK exactly how it's done. With hand stretched pizza bases and ultra-fresh toppings guaranteed, you're onto a winner no matter what you go for. But if we had to pick one, it's got to be the Patate. Creamy Taleggio cheese, fresh cream, mozzarella and red onion top thinly sliced potatoes to create a humble but hearty pizza that's great for sharing but honestly? If you ask us it's best kept all to yourself.
Where: Firezza, Lordship Lane
3. District Chicken burger, Meet District
Big on saving the environment as well as flavour, Meet District brings the finest ingredients from sustainable producers and farmers straight to the table. And they don't scrimp on choice either.
They know a thing or two about burgers here, so there's a perfect patty for everyone. Our ultimate pick has to be the District Chicken – not your average chicken burger – this guy is served up with creamy avocado, salty pancetta, smoky scamorza cheese and a dollop of wasabi mayo.
Where: Meet District, Queen's Road
4. Tuna Sashimi, Yoobi
Simplicity at its finest, Yoobi has some of the best sushi in south east London. Super fresh ingredients and an abundance of choice make this place the ultimate spot for all lovers of Japanese cuisine. With everything from Temaki to Nigiri, you'll want to sample a little of everything. Just make sure the Tuna Sashimi is on your list...
Where: Yoobi, Melbourne Grove
5. Chicken Paprikash, The Rosemary
One of the most original restaurants in London, The Rosemary offers up entirely organic Hungarian cuisine, and boy do they do it well. Overwhelming at first, their menu is packed full of traditional Hungarian dishes and sides. And what better to try than the Hungarian national dish: Chicken Paprikash – heavy on the paprika, this smoky chicken stew is served with homemade Hungarian dumplings. We love the Gipsy Roast with Potato Wedges too, where a grilled pork is met with garlic oil and served with bacon.
Where: The Rosemary, New Cross Road
6. Chicken and Waffles, Kitchen 54
Bringing the true taste of Texas to the heart of the East End, Kitchen 54 is an all-American must try. Their menu takes you from brunch through to dinner, but their real specialty? Waffles. And we're not just talking for dessert. Head in for brunch and you can try their famous chicken waffles. Combining golden deep fried chicken with sweet, cinnamon waffles is a real treat. Drizzle with butter and maple syrup and you've got yourself a proper taste of Texas.
Where: Kitchen 54, Queen's Road
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