No 67, celebrating its 2nd birthday and the torch rally
No. 67, the independent Café and Restaurant located within the South London Gallery on Peckham Road, is celebrating its second birthday with a party on the 26th of July. The party, which will start from 11am until 3pm, will coincide with the Torch procession, with the Flame travelling down Peckham road that afternoon.
No. 67 invites guests to enjoy the historic event and milestone for the café with a celebration of all things British; the menu will include Great British bangers in buns, priced at £3.50; ox heart skewers for £2.50; and pimms jelly and ice cream, also priced at £2.50. Food will be served under the sheltered al fresco area that faces out onto the street; ensuring supporters have the best possible views and easy access to the bbq.
For those unable to make the celebrations, No.67 is open for breakfast daily and brunch at the weekends serving a robust seasonal menu throughout the day. The café has come to be known for its freshly prepared specials and homemade cakes and pastries, offered alongside a selection of teas and coffees including Allpress coffee.
More recently the café has expanded its menu to serve dinner in a relaxed bistro style environment as well as its private dining room. The daily-changing dinner menu offers three courses, with starters such as Leek, mint and yoghurt soup and cured salmon with beetroot, main courses that have included Hake with samphire, courgettes and rouille and 38oz Hereford beef rib as well as a number of sides and desserts.
Prices range from £3-£8.50 for breakfast, £4-£8 for lunch and dinner main dishes for £10-£14. Alongside a selection of spirits, aperitifs, beer and cider, as well as a wide range of wines starting at £3.75/glass to £15 a bottle. Champagne and Prosecco starting at £20/bottle and a selection of dessert wines.
Visit number67.co.uk to find out more.