'Instagrammable' Veg Eatery To Open In London

Camera phones at the ready!
The eatery has been billed as a green spot (Phoot: Wildflower)

A health-focused restaurant will be opening its doors in South London next month.

Described by the Evening Standard as 'instagrammable', Wildflower will reportedly offer a rotating range of colorful dishes.

According to reports, the vegan/veggie menu will be seasonal and feature dishes like purple sprouting salad bowls.

Branded as an informal 'greenteen', Wildflower will open on December 8 in Peckham Rye Park's Peckham Levels - set five floors above the city.


During weekends, Wildflower will transform into Ghostnotes - a late-night bar serving London-brewed beer, cocktails, and a specials-heavy brunch menu.

DJs's bands and selectors from across the globe are also set to join the bill at Ghostnotes.

You can stay up-to-date with Wildflower here


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