Little Kudu

The third South African-inspired south London restaurant from husband and wife Patrick Williams and Amy Corbin.

The restaurant takes over the space that was formerly home to Smokey Kudu (moved to Chelsea), turning it from a cocktail bar into a modern South African-tapas joint. Diners sit at either a six-seat bar or a communal table - in a stunning room with a fully mirrored back wall, a 2-metre-long vintage Murano chandelier, a six-seater bar with glazed tiles and a polished terrazzo communal table. 

Little Kudu is more tapas focused than the couple’s other Peckham restaurants Kudu and Kudu Grill. Small plates include the likes of smoked peri-peri mussels, chicken liver parfait tartlet with spiced pineapple and calendula, and ham hock terrine with biltong scratchings. To drink, there's a short and snappy 30-bin South African list from family-owned wineries.

Signature Dishes

Chicken liver parfait tartlet with spiced pineapple & calendula; ham hock terrine with gribiche pickles & biltong scratchings; cured trout with gin pickle & cucumber crème fraiche and smoked peri peri mussels with coriander.