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Peckham’s 805 Restaurant is the place to if you’re looking for upscale West African cuisine south of the river. This is, in fact, the London flagship and extension of 805’s successful restaurant in Abuja, Nigeria, where most of the culinary action in this Old Kent Road kitchen hails from. This family-run business has gone from strength to strength, expanding its capacities from 50 to 150 covers – locals know it, and so should you, especially if you’ve never sampled African and Nigerian food before.
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Excellent service. Food was brilliant. Exquisite cuisine. Waiters were always on call and look after you.Music was lively and current. Will definitely come back again.
Excellent food and service! Amazing waitress made the evening very special! Took my mother for her birthday and she had the most special evening. Great place
Good customer service. We all had a great time there. Service was fast too but food was a bit cold. Will be going there soon
When we talk West African cuisine, and Nigerian cuisine in particular (805’s big brother is headquartered in Abuja), we’re talking deeply delicious soups and sauces building from a base of palm and groundnut oils, indigenous herbs and spices, and quite often a whole heap of chilli heat. Social and sumptuous, a banquet at London’s best ambassador for this kind of food is sure to exceed aficionados’ expectations, and surprise curious foodies. You’ll definitely want to sample 805 Restaurant’s chef’s specials when you dine at this one-of-a-kind restaurant down Peckham’s Old Kent Road.
Meat and pepper soup with okra and pounded yam, tiger prawns with ogbono (just ask the friendly, knowledgeable staff!) and vegetable soup – just a couple of the dishes with which you might want kickstart a meal at Peckham’s 805 Restaurant. These are drawn from the list of chef’s specials, that while presenting a picture of what this unique, upscale West African restaurant can do, by no means exhaust the extensive offering of (predominantly) Nigerian dishes on offer. Moving into the main event, tuck into spicy whole grilled fish with croaker, tilapia, and traditional jollof rice on the side, or go for the authentic eforiro chopped traditional vegetables in a spicy tomato sauce with your choice of fish, beef or chicken. Booking a table at this spacious, airy, but all-too-often packed out London gem down Old Kent Road is a must.