Nandine is one of our favourite restaurants in Camberwell, and now there are two locations to choose from just ten minutes apart. This second solo bricks and mortar spot has joined the party on Camberwell Church Street and is a little more restaurant-y feeling than the original. It’s dinner only, aside from weekends, and thanks (in part) to the introduction of a big old ocakbasi grill in the kitchen, the food is more than mezze at this location. You’ve got a juicy, seven spice chicken shish with flatbread and salads, a giant stuffed meatball that wouldn’t look out of place at Lord’s, and perfumed coconut pudding that’s a very sweet ending to a meal at a restaurant that never disappoints.
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