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This unassuming but well-executed Greek and Middle Eastern eatery offers a compelling reason to make the journey to this distinctly un-glitzy part of Peckham – and that’s exactly what people have
been doing since the ‘part-time’ proposition opened as a pop-up in 2012. The stark, mint-green dining room, with its communal benches and tables, has been jazzed up with trinkets, vintage posters
and a specials board; otherwise, it lets the food do the talking. Most items on the well-priced menu are cooked on a heavy-duty grill – from smoky but tender octopus with fava beans and capers or
juicy pork souvlaki skewers to lamb fillet with burnt aubergines and tahini or a huge, extraordinarily moist special of char-grilled monkfish fillet. The Bazaar’s licence stretches to Turkish beers
and fairly pricey Greek wines, although a few more by-the-glass options would be welcome.
One top tip for bloggers out there if you wan't to avoid writers block; never read a review of a restaurant by a much better writer before trying to write your own... Faye Maschler went to try Peckham Bazaar the day after us and ordered more or less identically. She put it much better than I could with some lovely words and I recommend you read dem words here.I will say though the food is fantastic; cooked outside over glowing coals the quality delivered was spot on...
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