A gorgeous traditional boozer with a line-up of incredible events, from live DJ sets to life drawing classes, Prince of Peckham is a constantly buzzing spot. Inviting street food favourites in for regular residencies, brunch here currently comes courtesy of White Men Can't Jerk - the chicken and waffle connoisseurs.
Where To Find Brunch In Peckham
One of South London's most vibrant and buzzing neighbourhoods, Peckham is home to a diverse collection of international eateries, cosy boozers and gorgeous cafés. Whether you're keen to get your day off to a boozy start with free-flowing fizz, have a hankering for a flaky pastry and cup o' Joe or are simply looking for a mega full English feast, check out our guide on where to find brunch in Peckham here.
Found on the sixth floor of Peckham Levels, Near & Far comes complete with gorgeous views over South London's skyline. A great place for brunch in Peckham, the menu is an entirely veggie and vegan affair, so you can expect to munch on spicy sweetcorn fritters, fluffy pancakes and classic avocado on toast.
Offering charming Victorian interiors, a sun-soaked beer garden and a gaggle of welcoming staff, The Great Exhibition is a stellar spot for a boozy brunch in Peckham. The weekend menu here can be enjoyed with or without bottomless booze, priced at just £30 for free-flowing fizz and a full English.
While it may not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of brunch restaurants in Peckham, Voodoo Rays offer the perfect alternative to the usual eggs and bacon combo. Specialising in New York-style pizzas, they offer 14 types of toppings, served in mammoth 22-inch portions - with plenty of vegan options too.
Located just a stone's throw away from Peckham Rye station, The Montpelier is a charming pub with its very own cinema, DJ booth and bustling dining room. A picture-perfect spot for a chilled out weekend, this place serves up a selection of dishes, from freshly-caught oysters to fluffy pancakes.
From fry ups with South American flavours to huge leaning stacks of pancakes, Tupi is a prime spot for brunch in Peckham. You can even go bottomless on weekends, with one main and free-flowing booze for just £33. Not in Peckham? You can visit their other venues in Croydon and Elephant & Castle.
Head down to Skylight Peckham on the weekends and you'll be treated to their banging brunch menu of specially-selected cocktails from an award-winning mixologist, freshly shucked oysters and traditional dishes drenched in Hollandaise. You'd be mad not to.
A family-run restaurant, cocktail bar and shop, Kudu is located in the heart of the ever-bustling Queen's Road. The kings of weekend brunch in Peckham, their signature sourdough waffles are served with either perfectly poached duck eggs, crispy bacon and crème fraiche or home-cured trout.
A light and airy space with palm tree-adorned wallpaper and quirky light fixtures, Pedler is a beautiful brunch spot in Peckham. The neighbourhood eatery was founded and is still ran by members of the local community, with the menu highlighting the best in local seasonal produce.
Whilst better known for their gourmet tasting menus, the team at Coal Rooms is also a great place for brunch in Peckham. From classic eggs, bacon and sausage combos to mouthwatering Lock Duart salmon served on a bed on pickled kohlrabi and horseradish - this gorgeous venue is sure to get your weekend off to the best possible start.