Month: January 2016

Review: Theo’s Pizzeria, Camberwell SE5

A slice of Naples in Camberwell, dishing up crowd-pleaser pizza at affordable prices – think bufala without the bill. Theo’s is a functional-looking but classy Neapolitan-style pizzeria with a light, bright interior, sandwiched between the Hill bakery and the Hermit’s Cave pub on Grove Lane.

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Review: Artusi, Peckham SE15

No checkered table cloths and enormous priapic peppermills in this local Italian favourite on Bellenden Road. Artusi is a simple, slender neighbourhood restaurant where the prices are as stripped back as the decor. The hipster hordes of Peckham can count themselves very lucky.

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The daytime drinker’s guide to… the Walworth Road

Because beer tastes better when you should be at work Pubs in the daytime often have a desolate air, even at lunchtimes, as workers reject a one o’clock pint for a meal al desko. It’s this sense of being forgotten, of letting the world go busily by outside as the clock noisily ticks in a quiet pub that […]

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