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The new 50-cover restaurant will focus on the braai - a South African way of grilling that uses only wood and charcoal.
Jane Imrie

Former Peckham pub transformed into South African grill eatery

A new restaurant celebrating South African braai cuisine is set to launch in South London next month.

Amy Corbin and Patrick Williams, the duo behind the Kudu Collective, will open their fourth site - Kudu Grill - in Peckham on September 1.

Situated at the site of the former Truman’s pub on Nunhead Lane, the new 50-cover restaurant will focus on the braai - a South African way of grilling that uses only wood and charcoal.

Kudu Grill’s interior design has been led by Amy and A-nrd Studio. Raw brick and concrete walls line an open space with upholstered seats and booths, as well as a four-seater bar counter that overlooks the custom-built braai.

Chef Patron Patrick will bring his South African roots to the fore, adding his own twist to traditional food from the country using seasonal British ingredients.

The new eatery will be the fourth site for the duo, who originally opened Kudu on Queens Road in Peckham in January 2018.

In January 2020, the couple launched cocktail bar Smokey Kudu, located under the arches by Queens Road station. May 2021 saw the opening of Curious Kudu, a private dining concept accommodating up to 14 guests.

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