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messageBirthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 February 24, 06:02PM

Hi.i am looking for a cool place.pub or restaurant to book for birthday meal for group of friends in 30/40's no kiddies..anywhere Dulwich, Brixton, Peckham-Southbank. Thanks

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by Captain Marvel February 24, 06:04PM

Forza Win Peckham

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by JoeLeg February 24, 07:39PM

Nanban in Brixton is my current obsession, and I reckon it’d be pretty good for a birthday party.


ETA - though only if you’re as fixated by ramen as I am. There’s many great restaurants in those areas you mention. What sort of price/style are you after? How many people?



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messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 February 24, 07:53PM

Ref Joe...upto 6 people..good value to medium, basically not too expensive..some of us are public sector workers..lol..
Looking for good food and somewhere nice or cool to celebrate birthday

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by Townleygreen February 24, 10:50PM

Joanna's in Crystal Palace?

[joannas.uk.com]



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messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by malumbu February 24, 11:02PM

Yadas in Peckham (Kurdish)- unlicensed, cheap www.facebook.com/YadasArch/?ref=bookmarks

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by JickieC February 25, 06:55AM

Yadas is a great idea - very funky

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by lavender27 February 25, 07:09AM

You also mentioned Southbank. Lovely restaurant by the Thames, favourite is "Eat". Or posh "Waldorf" on Aldwych

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by fishbiscuits February 25, 10:05AM

If it's cheap eats you're after, I like Yadas, FM Mangal, Honest Burger, Dulwich Tandoori, Napura. Made of Dough, Theos, or 400 Rabbits for pizza. Maybe the new Japanese in ED is worth checking out too.

A bit further up on the price scale, Forza Win, Camberwell Arms, Coal Rooms, Kudu, Peckham Bazaar, Begging Bowl, Pedler all excellent...

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 February 25, 09:49PM

Thanks guys..i have looked online and in person a couple of your suggestions..alot of them have a 90 minute limit on tables..seems to be s running theme..

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by LJC56 February 26, 07:28AM

Artusi in Bellenden Road. It's my favourite anyway, but also, it often has groups of 6-8 looking as though they are having a good time!

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by fishbiscuits February 26, 09:21AM

mary123 Wrote:
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> Thanks guys..i have looked online and in person a
> couple of your suggestions..alot of them have a 90
> minute limit on tables

Which ones? I can understand that if you're paying £20 each for a pizza and a couple of drinks, but seem outrageous if you're paying for something a bit nicer.

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 February 26, 08:45PM

Yes I suppose it is the places that are more reasonable price and are popular that cram people into 90 minutes sessions..ok if r local but if travelled into London and have to rush off after 90 minutes then abit annoying..i suppose that's restuarant reality

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by rcmacf February 27, 05:50PM

First Aid Box in Herne Hill is excellent.

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 February 27, 06:28PM

Sounds interesting

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by natty01295 February 27, 07:15PM

* KFC
* McDonald's
* Burgerking
* Frank and bennys
* Weatherspons
* Wimpy
* Pizzahut 🍕
* Nando's



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messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by Captain Marvel February 27, 08:46PM

Doesn't sound interesting

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by MrsR March 03, 06:05PM

I just had Sunday lunch at The Clink Brixton Prison and would highly recommend it. Lovely food, good service and very reasonable - £30 for 3 courses. And you will be supporting a fantastic charity trying to reduce reoffending. Booking and security checks are necessary

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 March 03, 07:02PM

Oh yes i went there for a weekday lunch..very good cause and food

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by natty01295 March 07, 04:22PM

Pizza peckham,
Places to EAT in peckham below

[www.google.com]#

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by Seabag March 09, 08:02AM

These ‘where to eat’ questions invariably end up with someone saying “Wetherspoons” and the op probably eating a ready meal at home on the sofa, whilst watching ‘The Voice’.

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by DovertheRoad March 09, 10:29PM

Seabag Wrote:
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> These ‘where to eat’ questions invariably end up
> with someone saying “Wetherspoons” and the op
> probably eating a ready meal at home on the sofa,
> whilst watching ‘The Voice’.

Haha. Truth!

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by natty01295 March 12, 09:35PM

If you want posh try the IVY IN Chelsea
195 -197 King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5EQ

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by Seabag March 13, 10:51AM

The op has little actual interest in this thread. They’ll go to the local Greek/Italian again, like before.

“Shall I have the steak or chicken?”

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by mary123 March 17, 08:46PM

Thank you for the recommendations? We ended up checking out Thai green parrot..Herne hill, fm mangal Camberwell and Yadas in Peckham..all really good..look forward to eating my way round to the rest of your suggestions.

messageRe: Birthday place to eat
Posted by snoopy17 March 18, 06:07PM

McDonald's


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