Peckham Refreshment Rooms
020 8022 2852 (automated booking)
Mon–Fri 8am – 12midnight
Sat 10am – 12midnight
Sun 10am – 5pm



BOOKINGS FOR NYE 2017: Please email us directly:

We recommend to book online to make sure your table is ready when you arrive. Please note on a Friday and Saturday evening we run two sittings, bookable between 18:00 – 19:00 and from 21:00 onwards.

For spontaneous dinner decisions we always keep a couple of tables free or can seat you at the bar overlooking the kitchen.

There are three ways to make your booking:

Fastest: book online via the link below

Fast: automated booking phone line: 020 8022 2852

For large groups and specific enquiries:



The Peckham Refreshment Rooms are located in a 1930s Art Deco block backing onto Peckham Rye train Station.

The Refreshment Rooms is a neighbourhood restaurant, serving seasonal and regionally conscious European cuisine  alongside selected wines and cocktails.

Open day and night we share our joy of food and drink, whether it be coffee or charcuterie, a glass of wine after work or a bottle over dinner.

Find Us

map-v6Unit 3 & 4, 12 to 16 Blenheim Grove, London SE15 4QL

Peckham Rye is our nearest station with links North, East, South and West via the Overground and National Rail networks.

There is limited parking around the station, but the restrictions ease after 6.30pm.

See the map for further guidance

Mon-Thurs 8am – 11pm
Fri 8am – 11:30pm
Sat 10am – 11:30pm
Sun 10am – 5pm

020 7639 1106


Yoga and Fermentation Workshop with Tania Brown

Sunday 19th Nov

2pm, £35 per person

With Christmas looming with all its indulgences, it’s a great time of year to give your body a health boost. We’ve teamed up with local yoga teacher Tania Brown, to bring you a wonderful afternoon of yoga and fermentation, teaching you how it feel and look healthier in time for the party season.

Tania will lead a one hour session of detox flow yoga (it’s gentle, no experience needed), followed by a workshop in Refreshment Rooms demonstrating all the fermention techniques we use in the kitchen. We’ll take you through all the health benefits of fermented foods, giving you tasty things to try along the way. These foods can have a fantastic impact on how you feel all round, even increasing your energy levels so you should leave feeling energised yet relaxed, ready for Monday!

No experience is required for any element of the workshop. Beginners encouraged as it’s a great way to get yourself started on the track to a healthier you.





6pm, £30 pp

Our masterclasses have gone all festive for December and taken on an altogether more crafty feel. Throughout the evening, Annie of Bunch London Florists will be showing you how to make your own small scandi-style wreaths, along with demonstrations on how to make bigger, more traditional ones as well. Our chefs will take you through a range of chutneys, jams and cakes arming you with the skills to make your loved ones personal and heartfelt gifts.

Ticket price includes your scandi wreath to take home plus a glass of mulled wine and an Eccles cake on the evening.

Join us on a cold winter evening to learn some new skills, meet some new people and leave with a head full of gift ideas!




Unlike other importers, they source directly from the butchers and farmers across Italy and France directly to London where the charcuterie and cheeses are matured in the cool, damp brickwork.


We work with Pat and her team because they carry on the cheese making process through their affinage in their cheese room in Highbury.


We work with closely with Matt and his team at FMV to develop our short list as they offer a diverse yet directional portfolio of small family run estates.

Coleman Coffee Roasters

Coleman Coffee Roasters is a small batch coffee roastery based in south east London specialising in high quality arabica coffees from around the world. The coffees are selected based on quality and traceability.

Blackwoods Cheese Company

Blackwoods Cheese Company is an artisan cheese producer based in Brockley, London. All of the cheese are hand made using raw, organic milk, collected from the Commonwork organic Farm in Kent.