By Shade Abdul, south east Londoner, architect currently planning her move to Peckham
No.67 Café & Restaurant is the ideal stop gap for brunch followed by some culture, delectably framed by cleverly detailed architecture.
Attached to the South London Gallery, it’s not your typical gallery café – you know the type that are a little too middle of the road in their choices of sandwiches, cakes and teas surrounded by bland minimalist white walls as though one is still within the exhibition space?
No, there’s none of that here with gold gilded wall prints and large glazed openings that open to the gallery’s vibrant garden in the restaurant area and grey walls with a series of dropped pendant lights with rustic wood flooring in the cafe.
For me, the café is the epitome of cosiness. Hard not to linger here for the whole day. Brunch – culture – lunch – tea – book – cake and not in any particular order.
No. 67 Café & Restaurant – 67 Peckham Road, London SE5 8UH – 020 7252 7649
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