The Begging Bowl

The Begging Bowl

The Begging Bowl Thai restaurant. Image; The begging bowl

The Begging Bowl Thai restaurant. Image; The begging bowl

The begging bowl has been proclaimed as 'Thai street-food heaven in South East London' by The Independent. The vessel called a 'Begging bowl' is part of 'Thai culture hailing back to Buddhist traditions of making merit and the community spirit it inspires is fascinating to witness.' An ethos The Begging Bowl restaurant in Peckham tries to embody in their little corner of South East London.

The menu offers lots of small authentic Thai sharing plates, they recommend 5 dishes between 2 people sharing. Prices of dishes vary from £6-£14 like the stir-fry of king oyster, shimeji, enoki mushrooms(£11) as well as veggie options to choose from like Stir-fry of hispi cabbage Thai garlic, fermented tofu (£7). 

Mon–Sat: 12pm–2.30pm Lunch / 6pm–10pm Dinner

Sun: 12pm–3pm Lunch / 6pm–9.30pm Dinner

168 Bellenden Road, Peckham SE15 4BW

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