Little Kudu | Peckham Restaurant
In the wild, the antelope-like kudu comes in both greater and lesser varieties (which is, it should be noted, a question of size rather than quality).
And considering that neighbourhood eatery Kudu has rapidly become one of Peckham’s greatest restaurants, it’s about time it had a little version, too.
Set to open right next door, Little Kudu will be a bitesize version of the restaurant, serving ‘tapas tastes’ of its South African dishes. Details are currently hush hush, but you can expect more of the seasonal, forage-championing dishes that made their first spot so popular – like braii cauliflower served with raisin purée and purple kale, and mussel potjie (coal-cooking pot) with seaweed gnocchi.
They’re not stopping there, either – they’re set to open a cocktail bar, Smokey Kudu, a little further down the road too, by the railway bridge.
Watch this space…
NOTE: Little Kudu and Smokey Kudu are set to open later this year. We’ll be back with the full scoop nearer the time, but in the meantime you can keep an eye on their instagram pages HERE and HERE.
Little Kudu | 117 Queen’s Road, SE15 2EZ
Smokey Kudu | 133 Queens Road, SE15 2AY
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