Category: Camberwell

The all-day drinker’s guide to… Camberwell

Camberwell, once a rural retreat with a spring sought out by the lame and infirm, still provides plenty of healing liquids in pubs ranging from scruffy working man’s boozers to subterranean cocktail caverns. The parish church in Camberwell is St Giles, the patron saint of cripples and mendicants, and, particularly at the crossroads at Camberwell Green, […]

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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: Sunday Lunch at The Camberwell Arms, Camberwell SE5

It’s all swell in Camberwell, not least around our belt buckles, after a gut-busting, button-popping blow-out of a Sunday lunch at gastropub The Camberwell Arms. If Sunday lunches are designed to do anything it’s to put you flat on your back until well after the Antiques Roadshow. Fiona Bruce was already looking like a long […]

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