Peckham Bazaar started out as a pop-up restaurant in an old pub on the boundary of Peckham and Nunhead. Its location within modest rows of Victorian terraces, low rise council flats and a Grand Design house, might not be an obvious destination for culinary fans, but trust me, it is worth trotting up here (as we so occasionally do from Brockley).
The same goes with their incredibly extensive list of wine, predominately of Bulgarian, Greek and Croatian origins - a nice change from the usual French and Italian affair. The owner's extensive knowledge of wine and food shows, so do not hesitate to ask for recommendations. The staffs here do appear to genuinely care about the food and drinks.
The small venue is perfect to host intimate parties - which we are planning to sometime in May. So far the restaurant has been very accommodating to our requests, so hats off to them. In the mean time, I can't recommend this restaurant highly enough.
119 Consort Road
Peckham SE15 3RU
Tube: Peckham Rye Overground/Railway Station