If you are looking for a cool place to eat and drink head down to the Prince of Peckham. Opened in 2017 and the first black-owned pub in South London. The pub brings together the cultural values of South London whilst incorporating the traditional values of a great boozer. With the local community at the forefront, the Prince of Peckham holds a range of regular events and plays hosts to an exciting and ongoing line-up of food, drink and music.
Prince of Peckham menu
Let’s start with the food, provided by local boys White Men can’t Jerk and are available for takeaway. The pub serves a regal selection of jerk burgers and wings, plus all the sides. The Sunday jerk lamb is filling soft and moist. Wings come in different flavours such as buffalo and honey. The pub serves a range of run-based cocktails as well cocktails the pub has a great selection of beers and ciders. Lovely ice cream sandwiches for dessert if you’ve got any room left for them.
Activities and atmosphere at the Prince of Peckham
The pub has a great atmosphere, Sunday afternoons are the Jazzfest lounge where you can listen to a range of Jazz, blues and soul on vinyl whilst you enjoy your meal. Coronavirus didn’t seem to put off the locals as the pub was buzzing as they prepped the upstairs music room for Tango and Milonga dance classes. This room and another room downstairs the Shrine, the Yellow Room and the Karaoke room are available for private bookings.
There is an activity for everyone at the Prince of Peckham with margarita Mondays, Zumba parties, quizzes and coverage of London football games. The pub is taking on the festive spirit with Christmas inspired cocktails and is open for Christmas dinner bookings. The Prince of Peckham is an excellent place to hang out with friends and family. So if you looking for some fun and good food go check it out.
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Keira is 23-year-old of Bajan descent, she works as a junior journalist. Hobbies include reading, writing and painting. She aspires to diversify journalism by offering a unique perspective of the black experience.