Peckham Cellars

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday | 25% off total bill

WHAT TO ORDER: Come for a glass, stay for a bottle and some excellent small plates
WHEN TO GO: An impromptu midweek dinner
THE VIBE: Great wines served by lovely people
Search results

Every neighbourhood spot aspires to be warm, unpretentious and of the highest quality but few hit the mark so well as the team at Peckham Cellars. Helen Hall, Luke West-Whylie and Ben McVeigh are three locals with a wealth of knowledge and a knack for bringing you into the fold, no matter how much or how little you know about wine.

The frequently changing list by the glass and carafe is an appealing launchpad into the selection of more than 150 wines, many of which are offbeat, lesser-known varietals. There’s a mix of natural and traditional styles but all producers are small-scale and take care in looking after their soil. It’s an ethos which extends into the kitchen where you’ll find well-sourced produce at its peak, translated into a short but sweet menu of small plates. If you stop in on a Sunday, there’ll be a roast that’s hard to resist.

Still thirsty?

If you’re keen to keep exploring, the team run their own wine subscription service: Club Del Vino. It’s also worth keeping an eye on their social feed for news of tasting nights, wine dinners and one-off collaborations.

Become a member or log in to use your exclusive industry offer at Peckham Cellars

Related articles

From Coya to Kahani, here are the best things the CODE team ate this week

Peckham wants a slice of the pizza action

Industry figures reflect on the first week of reopening

Two minutes with Helen Hall, Peckham Cellars

NYC inspires Peckham’s latest opening

Kudu spin-off launches in Peckham

Weekly bulletin. Eyes and ear of the industry