Coal Rooms is opening in the 1930s wing Peckham station. Housed in the former ticket office of Peckham Rye station, the new restaurant comes from the guys behind Old Spike Roastery, Camberwell’s Spike + Earl, Peckham’s restaurant Aside and coffee-based charity Change Please, and it’s looking like a good’un. A cafe by day and bar by night, Coal Rooms will have an on-site butchery with a menu centered around meat and unusual cuts. You can expect everything from Coffee-cured bacon sandwiches for brekkie, and Pig’s cheek, xo sauce and crackling, and Crab rarebit, egg yolk and samphire flatbreads for lunch. But the big guns really come out for dinner – think Dry-aged duck breasts, Mangalitsa cowboy steaks, Roasted cod heads, and 40 day-aged Dexter sirloin and rib, alongside an interesting selection of small plates including Smoked eel and pig’s head sausage with gooseberry sauce; Roasted bone marrow curry and Broad bean ragout, green olive, feta and preserved lemons. Yes, we’re really looking forward to this one too and to celebrate their opening they’re even knocking 50% OFF your food bill too, just make sure you book your spot here.
Soft Launch Dates
Sat 19th August 2017, 6pm-10pm
Tues 22nd- Weds 23rd August 2017, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10pm
11a Station Way, London SE15 4RX