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Honor Oak Park

Overground links and a mix of architecture make this the perfect area for professionals and families

"Forest Hill's elevation ensures outstanding views towards the centre of the capital!"

Jennifer Purchase

"The independent shops and cafes and charming period properties make East Dulwich the perfect place to set up home."

Michael Schult

"The views from Nunhead Station is spectacular on a clear day - you can see all the way to Canary Wharf."

Chris Venter

What is your favourite place?

Where do Honor Oak Park locals go?

Jam Circus

A quirky pub that serves good food. It's also child friendly during the day.

Le Querce

The finest Italian restaurant I have ever been to, with a varied and fresh menu that caters for everyone from meat eaters to vegans and all in between without seeming to try! I book for anniversaries, birthdays, visits from friends - any excuse to attend the best restaurant I know of. It may not look particularly salubrious, but it is child-friendly by day and romantically candle-lit by night. I cannot recommend it highly enough!

The Gantry

This delightful restaurant and bar is cosy inside during the winter, yet there's an amazing garden for the summer months.

Horniman Museum and Gardens

A quirky, free, family-friendly museum and gardens.

Brockley Market

Award-winning, bustling market selling seasonal produce and delicious street food.

Mayow Park

With a bowling green, play area and cricket pitches, Mayow Park is a great place to chill out at the weekend.

Brown & Green Cafe

This charming cafe sells delicious cakes and fried breakfasts. It's a great spot to visit on a lazy Sunday afternoon or after a jog around Mayow Park!

Le Chardon

Proper French food, an interesting 1880s Grade II listed interior and a piece of local history, as it used to be a David Greig shop. Put your handbag on the marble shelves and try the lobster, bouillabaisse or coq au vin and wash it down with a fabulous wine choice. I always have a good meal here.

East Dulwich Picturehouse and Café

This small cinema serves everything from cakes to meals, cocktails to coffee and screens small independent films alongside Hollywood blockbusters. There are even reclining seats and 'love seats' if that's what you'd prefer...

Hisar

Arguably the best kebab on Lordship Lane! It's hard to break the habit of going every day for lunch...

Yama Momo

Situated in the heart of East Dulwich on Lordship Lane, if you like Japanese food, you have to try Yama Momo. Great atmosphere, food and drinks!

Canavan's Peckham Pool Club

Where every good night ends...Peckham's pool club open 24/7!

The Bishop

A superb way to spend your evening, this newly refurbished pub in the heart of East Dulwich is the perfect place for celebrating with a cheeky champagne or two.

The Shop Revolution Marketplace

The Shop Revolution Marketplace host lots of unique events like poetry and craft nights, with all the items they sell produced by independent designers and jewellery makers. This picture was taken at a Miss Victoria's Floral Emporium flower arranging workshop.

K & K Butchers and Grocers

On the corner of Choumert Road and Rye Lane there is K&K Butchers, which sells fresh produce, meats, fish, fruits and vegetables.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Forest Hill, Catford, Lewisham, Nunhead, East Dulwich, Peckham Rye, Sydenham, New Cross, Hither Green and Upper Sydenham

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Tina

"I love Honor Oak Park because it is a friendly, charming, inclusive area where neighbours look out for each other and it has great transport links."

September 2015

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"All-round entertainer Spike Milligan lived in the Honor Oak Park area on Gabriel Street and Riseldine Road when he moved from India in the 1930s."

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  1. About Honor Oak Park

    Honor Oak Park is an inner suburban area principally of the London Borough of Lewisham, with part in Southwark. The name originates from Oak of Honor Hill, or One Tree Hill. On 1 May 1602, Elizabeth I picnicked with Sir Richard Bulkeley of Beaumaris in the Lewisham area by an oak tree at the summit of a hill. The tree came to be known as the Oak of Honor. The tree surrounded by railings is an oak, planted c1905 and a successor to the historic one.

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