Colourful, crowded and charmingly bonkers café-cum-deli proudly located in Peckham. This little café inside Peckham’s Persian delicatessen, Persepolis, is a fun place serving fun food. Not many table to sit down so I would definitely recommend reserving a table a head.
Website
foratasteofpersia.co.uk
Address
Persepolis, 28-30 Peckham High St, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Other cities: Tel Aviv-Yafo
Elinor Portnoy is a London based product designer with a focus on materials and crafting methods. She grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, but moved to London, to earn her MA from the Royal College of Art. Since graduation she’s been working as a product designer for various companies in the creative industry while making, selling and exhibiting her own work at prominent galleries and design stores.
 

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