Friday, 1 September 2017

    Spike And Earl

    Spike & Earl sits on the between Peckham and Camberwell and is owned by the genius's behind Old Spike Roastery; it's basically too good to pass by. With a cracking happy hour as well, there are no excuses.




    There's so many great foodie options cropping up around South East London now sometimes it's hard for one place to stand out, hence why I think Spike and Earl is a clever place...it's found it's niche and it's sticking to it. S&E is home to the 'dutch crunch' - not something I've seen on any other menu it London. It is essentially a MASSIVE sandwich stuffed to the brim with fillings such as falafel, ham hock and crab. However, their menu does shift seasonally as they're big supporters of sourcing local ingredients and suppliers.


    Their drool worthy small plates (not small in the slightest) really match up too and I can't recommend the burrata enough! 


    The pristine white and marble interiors make for dreamy surroundings; somewhere you can really spend time enjoying the food. I've yet to try their brunch but I'm certain with the huge windows it'd be a great day spot as well.

    Happy hour runs from 5-8pm Tuesday through to Thursday and they've got some brilliant deals on; cocktails are a fiver or a big carafe of wine for £10...I can't lie, I opted for both. 

    Spike and Earl has carved out a place for itself in the new Camberwell landscape with such ease that it's applaudable. I'll be visiting again as soon as possible! 




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