I had brunch here with 3 friends today. Granted, it was a busy Saturday, but two of us ordered the Welsh Rarebit, and we were both disappointed with our food. Both of them came out slightly burned, but we were so hungry and we tried in vain to get our waitress' attention, so we just went ahead and ate them. Secondly, for £5, we expected more than a small piece of sourdough and some dressed rocket leaves - not at all value for money, and we left hungry. The other two in our party were very happy with their salmon and eggs on 2 pieces of sourdough for £6.75, but they had a decent portion size. When I attempted to provide constructive feedback to the waitress, she was clearly disinterested and made no attempt to take my suggestions forward or compensate in any way. Will not be going back here again.
Time Out rating:
Time Out says
Posted: Thu Oct 18 2012
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. The food is lovely, and pretty good value, especially the three-course dinner for £20 on Wednesday and Thursday. With seasonal treats on the set menu, such as a golden-crumbed asparagus with hollandaise, or courgette, pea and artichoke risotto – and lemon posset, chocolate and Calvados mousse or a cheeseboard for pudding – this is pretty much the perfect treat for a summer’s evening. On the lunch menu, a seasonal soup is always on offer (we enjoyed spinach and potato), then there’s the locally famous date and walnut welsh rarebit with pickles and salad. The meze is a vivid palette of rubious, slightly bitter, nutmeggy beetroot purée, emerald-flecked tsatsiki, golden hazelnut bulgar with ribbons of red pepper, and glossy black and green olives; they were artfully arranged on a white plate withal, and framed by several slices of griddled bread streaked with olive oil. The cake selection included dark horses such as a nitrate-rich beetroot and a gluten-free brownie, but we were glad to sample the almond and strawberry tart – the pastry was a crisp, buttery revelation. Impressive on all fronts.
3 courses for £22
Get 3 courses for £22. Offer applies to A la Carte Menu.
Offer valid until Mar 18 2014
No 67 South London Gallery
- Cross Street:
67 Peckham Road
- Venue phone:
020 7252 7649
- Venue website:
- Opening hours:
Breakfast served 9-11.30am, lunch served noon-3.30pm Tue-Fri. Brunch served 10am-3.30pm Sat, Sun. Dinner served 6.30-10pm Wed-Sat.
Tube: Bus 12, 36 or 171
Main courses £11.80-£14.60. Set dinner (Wed, Thur) £20 3 courses
- South London Gallery
- 020 7252 7649
- South London Gallery
- No 67
Average User Rating
4.5 / 5
- 5 star:6
- 4 star:1
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:1
- 1 star:0
Most amazing cafe, breakfast is splendid always perfect on every saturday and Sunday! Great customer service and even better coffee! 5 stars!!!
This is the best coffee in London. It is seriously amazing. Great breakfast, AMAZING staff and even better cakes. Such a great location and well priced 5* plus!
This is one of the best cafes in London! It has amazing food an even better coffee at an affordable price. The floor staff are always friendly and the kitchen staff and chefs seem to get the meals are in a very speedy time considering the size of the kitchen! We love 67
Amazing flavours. Unusual ingredients and menus that always give you something to talk about. I feel sorry that I won't get to try every dish as they change the menu so regularly.
Good overall cafe. When we first came in the one server was a bit abrupt with us but the server we ended up having was fantastic. She was really friendly and definitely put in a good effort. We all ordered the full Spanglish which was a bit greasy (but to be expected with fried eggs and Chorizo) but delicious. The only problem with the food was that my toast was slightly burned making part un-edible which was a shame. Had a taste of the milkshake which was amazing and next time I will definitely try the cakes as they looked fantastic.
Awesome. Cracking coffee, cracking breakfast (full Spanglish is a revolution) and once you've finished your breakfast/lunch/dinner you can walk round the gallery. I really like this place as it's run by people who carea about what they're doing. Every cake, coffee, drink has been chosen or created with heart. This is what its all a about, a bit of passion in details.
The best! For lunch or brunch it's a lifesaver on the weekend, serving breakfast til 5 on saturdays and 4.30 on sundays. Amazing cakes too. Really nice staff and all the touches that make you comfortable. For dinner it's also amazing! I'm so glad this exists in Camberwell.