• London Area Guides

    Brunch is served all day at the weekends, which gives number67 extra points with us, they also have front and back gardens which a perfect for alfresco dining in the sun. Loads of fresh healthy food to be had here… we love their flourless chocolate cake and fresh berries and lentils, red onion, halloumi and […]

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  • Le Cool London

    Trying to get north Londoners south of the river is like trying to bathe a feral tomcat with one hand. It can be done, but don’t expect it. Usually. Stupid prejudices aside, recently I’ve been sampling the joys of Peckham (No my northern brethren, that wasn’t sarcasm – you’re just area-ist. Shame on you). Well, […]

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  • Double Skinny Macchiato

    Inspired by Saturday’s film fun in Burgess Park, when I was craving coffee yesterday afternoon, I decided to explore another new part of Southwark: Peckham. During the winter, I went to the pool at the Peckham Pulse once a week, but I’ve been meaning to explore the bits of the area that have more to […]

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  • Holy Brunch

    No.67 is the resident cafe/restaurant situated in the South London Gallery found on Peckham Road. The room at the front of the building is small but airy, especially if you are at the window; the room to the rear is flooded with light. The decor in both rooms is simplistic and clean, the crowd are […]

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  • Sex, Drugs & Bacon rolls

    We went to No. 67 Cafe in Camberwell which is part of South London Gallery for brunch. The weather was lovely so we sat outside on the wrought iron chairs and circular tables. We were handed paper menu’s which was the brunch menu. The menu options are broad ranging from yoghurt and granola, eggs benedict […]

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  • Time Out

    As you’d expect of a gallery eaterie, No 67 is a bright, soaring space, with huge windows for natural light and a curvy, billowing garden flanked by more seating. Even more gratifyingly, the place doesn’t just trade on its looks.

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