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Our coffee comes from the Old Spike Roastery, based in Peckham and provides some of the finest, freshly roasted coffee in the UK. Their speciality beans are sourced from all over the world.
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Hip student vibe, good place to grab a coffee and do some work if you need to
Lumberjack took over the space that was once House gallery and transformed it into another succulent-strewn coffee shop. We like it best for slices of squidgy, iced carrot cake and huge wedges of towering sponge topped with crazy arrangements of sweets and biscuits from Cat Food Cakes in Lewisham. …
COFFEE, BREAKFAST & BRUNCH. The food is very reasonably priced and so delicious. Cookies are addictive and coffee is really good! The staff is so friendly. Its a great place to have lunch with a friend.
“Daily Goods was Camberwell’s first trendy coffee shop, and it continues to fly the flag for those who like their coffee cold brewed among a collection of succulents, printed canvas totes and locally made pastries.”
“Affordable Lebanese food - local favourite, good for families. I recommend the mixed mezze platter for £4.50.”
“Unpretentious wood-floor pub specialising in global craft ales, serving tasters of 1/3 pint.”
“This friendly cabin of an Irish pub has been the haunt of Camberwell’s more cultured art students since Leonardo’s time, it seems. Prices are still cheap, the regulars still include old locals who’ve been skulking around in SE5 since Macmillan told them they’d never had it so good, and the decor is still largely made up of pre-war drinks advertising (‘Good Old Murphy’s!’) and contemporary photography. Beers might include selections from the Brodie’s brewery in Leyton; such French ciders as Pays d’Aude and Fermier (each £6) offer an inappropriately continental alternative. Wine is not a selling point, but the prices are fair: all bottles are £12, with glasses at £4.20.”
“Nandine is a family-run business tucked away on Vestry Road, owned by the same people who run Yada’s Kurdish Kitchen in Peckham. Mum Pary Baban is the star here, cooking her own Kurdish meze recipes, which are fresh, healthy and excellent. She collected them from the many people she met during her time fleeing the Gulf War in her home country, faithfully recording them in a tattered notebook. We love her handmade börek, made using a special kind of pastry called galgali, and her baklava is world-class – just sweet enough, with the layers of crackly pastry and nuts soaked in perfumed syrup. They also do delivery, FYI.”