This hidden neighbourhood eatery is located off the beaten path but is well worth the trip. Drawing inspiration from the beaches of Anatolia and the peaks of the Dinaric Alps, the team behind Peckham Bazaar have created a palate-pleasing experience that is second to none. The menu is extensive, combining traditional Pan Balkan food with a modern local twist. For starters get yourself a mezze of courgette fritters, traditional dumplings known as Korkourbines. For mains go for the Braised Lamb with pine nuts and Grilled Octopus with new potatoes. To wash it all down take a pick from the carefully curated wine list. Combine this with the relaxed homey vibes, reasonable price and friendly service, and you have the recipe which has made the Bazaar one of my go-to places for foodies visiting SE15.