An all-day destination for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and drinks. Bare brick walls and craft beers mark it as a prime hipster hangout
The Hyndland Fox opened its doors in summer 2014, in the space formerly occupied by Peckham’s deli, whose owners are behind this venture. Since then those doors have barely stopped swinging from early until late.
Open until midnight seven days a week, it’s typical of a new generation of laid-back drinking and dining establishments that doesn’t strictly define itself as a café nor a bar nor a restaurant, but a little of each all at once. It’s the kind of place where you’d sink a few good beers in the evening (Williams on draught, Camden, Brooklyn and Samuel Adams in the fridge) then come back the next morning to take the edge off the hangover with strong artisan coffee and a full Scottish breakfast.
With its white exterior and big windows overhung with smart stripy canopies, it’s super-sharp looking. Styled with stripped brick walls, sanded wood floors, bright green chairs and cushion-strewn window benches, The Hyndland Fox’s interior is deceptively spacious, with a large mezzanine area sitting several tables not visible from the street. The daytime café menu covers all the bases from big bowl salads and sandwiches to large hot plates such as a sweet potato and bean burger and duck shepherd’s pie. Highlights of the dinner menu include hake and chorizo stew and steak frites. Snack-wise, there are sharing boards for stacked with cheeses, meats or even fresh fish and seafood.
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43 Clarence Drive