We went for brunch and he service was non existent, we therefore felt the service charge was unfair. The food was good however.
I'd been planning to go to Wildflower for a while and finally arranged it for my husband's birthday brunch. As a vegan I was excited to find a local vegetarian restaurant.
The staff were very attentive and helpful, perhaps a little slow at times but we were in no rush!
The food was tasty and filling and there was something for everyone, including the kids. We were a little disappointed, however, that we were not allowed to substitute items on the brunch menu, especially as when we ordered the place was fairly quiet.
The decor is beautiful - light, airy and fresh. Its a big space too and I liked the outdoor area. Peckham Levels itself feels exciting and buzzy and I hope the restaurant does well.
This restaurant is too dark, it feels like a brothel, I want to see what is on my plate when I eat it.
As for the food, I felt as if everything had been taken out of huge jars of brine, very sour. My friends and I got all the vegan sharing plates which narrows my view of the menu slightly as I would have liked to try some of the individual dishes but from what we ate it was if we were in the Swedish winter. The saving grace was the soy cabbage which was delicious. The swede fondue is trying to hard, the swede mixture tasted of my mums Sunday lunch soup, I expect more. The potatoes were again retrieved from my Sunday lunch time dinner table, meh.
I ordered a iced tea cocktail which tasted like badly made homemade lemonade. I sent it back and ordered an old fashioned which was on the other scale of alcoholic, it nearly killed me but at least I could start to enjoy myself.
My sister and her friend got the vegan chocolate brownie and ice-cream, it was musky and earthy, as if a person had just stubbed out a Lambert and Butler on my tongue, again, trying to hard.
The service was good yet there was so many plates on the table when we finished she had to do the job in two legs, use slates or big chopping boards maybe?
The ambience was dry, there is no need for a DJ in a restaurant, I know ones in 'Peckham levels' but again trying too hard.
Value was ok, we were surprised that it came to £6.90 each for the food, then I recalled what I actually ate, 4 potatoes and some leaves.
Overall this is was yuppy show in all its glory. A vegan and vegetarian try hard bar.
This restaurant has some good intentions, but they are all in huge jars of vinegar and brine, slowly tuning into prunes.
We walked through Peckham levels, shuddered and went straight to spoons. aAH.
My new favourite place in London. I've had brunch and dinner here & both meals have been outstanding. Each dish celebrates a different vegetable and is packed with flavour, showing that you don't need meat for a delicious meal!
I can not recommend this restaurant enough. I’ve told everyone that will listen and even those that won’t. The food is sensational. If you’re a vegetarian, go and eat there. If you’re not, go and eat there anyway! The service is at the right level, non-intrusive but present, thank you Albert. Have yourself a negroni and the baked sweet potato, and harissa cauliflower if they’re on that day. Actually just eat all of it.
Great time here, staff were really knowledgeable and friendly, good food and nice setting.
Would go again for sure 👍🏻
Very innovative and delicious food with great combinations and attention to detail. We particularly loved the swede fondue!
We've been here for brunch a few times and it's been great. So we were really looking forward to an evening meal there with friends, having talked up the place so much.
Sadly though the dinner menu really isn't that great.
Don't get me wrong, what's there is is well prepared, but it lacks substance. Basically some carbs and protein - and portion sizes are small. No option either to order bread or sides to bulk it out a bit. Not surprising that the potatoes layer was sold out by 7.30pm.
I've been a veggie for over 30 years, so this isn't coming from a snide meat eater - but you really need to work on the balance of dishes and the food groups you're using. Would it kill to use some tofu, nuts, beans, lentils, paneer, cheese, potatoes, seitan etc?
Have a look at Terre-a-Terre in Brighton for some research!
All for delicate flavour and fresh ingrediants, but I don't expect to be hungry after eating at a restaurant!
We were so beautifully surprised to find Wildflower. The food was inventive yet authentic and utterly delicious. The atmosphere was chilled and positive. We had my 6 year old daughter with us and she was treated with great kindness. We will be back often! Thank you 🙏
Great addition to Peckham levels, love a good vegetarian restaurant
Mediocre food that wasn't satisfying in portion or flavour . Nice staff . Shame as I was hoping for a new vegetarian find .
The food, service and staff were amazing. Cannot wait to go back
Again, astonishing vegetarian food (might even have been vegan) - exciting and delicious!
Pleasantly surprised by my choice to book Wildflower for my Valentines Day meal. A fantastic menu which offered fantastic Vegan food. Genuinely felt like a treat to have so many different courses. Great service, chatty, friendly and quick staff. Will definitely be visiting again.
Really great food, friendly service and lovely music
Excellent- we'll definitely come again. Delicious food and very friendly service.
We had the MOST incredible supper - between two we ordered 6 small plates which was plenty, but then we were tempted by the Vegan brownie. The wine was great and reasonably priced. We had 6 glasses of wine, 6 plates and it was £35 each. AMAZING value.
Lovely fresh food, not many carbs on the menu so quite a light meal which was great for me but my boyfriend was hungry an hour later...