Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 22:00
Saturday & Sunday 09:00 - 22:00
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About TUPI - Peckham
In the heart of Peckham at the end of Rye Lane, Tupi in an internationally-inspired restaurant that we can’t get enough of. For breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner, the dining space is rustic and stylish and remains cosy whatever time of day you’re dining. Every dish – whether inspired by Italy, France, South America or Spain – is prepared with only the freshest produce and arrives at your table presented in a way that’s so beautiful you might not want to spoil it with your fork.
Totally amazing. Will be back.
Came for brunch with 4 friends on Sunday early afternoon never having visited before but having read a few good reviews. We were all extremely impressed!!! The food is all utterly delicious at very very reasonable prices. Total bargain to be honest. Lovely low key chilled atmosphere and the service was genuine and friendly. Thanks so much. We'll be back.
Fish stew not 100% to my liking but that’s just personal preference, everything else was simply amazing! Especially cocktails
The tortellini has good depth of flavour, not sure of the fish ale was with sweet potatoe....some normal Potatoes in the mix would be better to make it less sweet and more balanced. I did not think the mayonnaise worked with the squid....too much fat/grease....it needed something to cut through the fat....sweet chilli or a dressing, k
We love this great little restaurant, always great food & good wines. Value for money too.
Food was delicious and a bit different from a standard breakfast menu. Very reasonable prices. Staff very friendly and smiley. Only negative feedback was that service was a bit slow on the bottomless drink front. It appeared that the reataurant didn’t have enough spare glasses so we ended up waiting for ours to be empty, taken away and refilled. I was without a drink for 15 minutes at one point and I struggled to get eye contact with a member of staff to ask them to refill. In my opinion, if somewhere is to offer bottomless, it should be bottomless (ie a glass shouldn’t be empty). I think this could be easily fixed by staff batch making a large jug of mimosa and then they could easily go round to tables and top up glasses without taking the glasses away and individually filling them up at the bar. We also waited quite a long time for the bill and then subsequently to pay. Service charge was added which I don’t agree with in principle, but there was no issue with us not paying this and leaving a cash tip instead. Overall, a great new restaurant but has a couple of teething problems.
It was so nice to immediately have some cucumber water placed on the table as soon as we arrived, swiftly followed by our delicious wine.