Harden's survey result
“Finally, some decent Greek food in London!”, extol fans of this “fun” and brilliant Peckham venue serving dishes inspired by the eastern Med from the Balkans to the Middle East. There’s “great chargrilled seafood and meat”, “delivered to your table as it is cooked”, and an “interesting wine list at fair prices”, including hard-to-find bottles from the Greek islands.
“Rare but smart regional food” from the Balkans via Greece to the Middle East makes for an “exciting and imaginative” eating experience at this “honest” Peckham venue. Wines, including from the Greek islands, come “at very fair mark-ups”.
“Different… in a good way” – a “really interesting menu of mainly Greek Albanian food” (much of it barbecued) earns many recommendations for this “buzzy little Balkan place in an unlikely part of Peckham”; its “mysterious wines” add to the appeal – “I just do a lucky dip and it’s always fine”.
“Interesting” Balkan cuisine (and some “interesting and fairly priced” wines too) help make this converted house a popular south London destination; menu highlight – “perfect BBQ”.
Peckham Bazaar Restaurant Diner Reviews
"food is outstanding , front of house needs to improve and the wine list not as good as a few years ago"
119 Consort Rd, London, SE15 3RU
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lunch 12.30 pm - 3 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 8 pm