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FM Mangal Restaurant is on business since 2005. We are specialise in grilled meats, cooked on the open charcoal grill (ocakbasi). Our restaurant in one of the famous and busiest on the camberwell area.
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A snug cafe fixing up kebabs, falafel & other Turkish staples along with wine & spirits.
Snug bi-level cafe fixing up kebabs, falafel & other Turkish staples along with wine & spirits.
Here’s a bold claim: this is a multi-level Turkish restaurant that can compete with (and probably beat) any mangal in Dalston and Green Lanes, if coming in at a slightly higher price. With a huge coal fired grill on the centre, it’s a traditional menu that covers all of the classics: blackened adana…
This three-level Turkish restaurant gets rave reviews for its cheaply-priced charcoal-grilled meat, kofte and meze. It's a bit prettier than your average end-of-the-night kebab joint, but interiors are not really the point here. It's all about meat — and lots of it — so leave the vegetarians at…
“A very popular northern Chinese restaurant, if you don’t mind sharing crowded tables. Reservations are always necessary.”
“Situated at the heart of Camberwell on Camberwell Green, The Tiger is a traditional British boozer with a warm and welcoming charm. Boasting six hand pumps serving a rotating selection of local and regional real ales, a fully stocked craft beer fridge and a well-balanced wine list, The Tiger is sure to keep you on your toes.”
“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.”