Olive Magazine says: Kudu, a stylish neighbourhood outfit that has crafted a small but expertly curated menu of modern European dishes that also draws inspiration from head chef Patrick Williams’ South African roots. He opened the place with partner Amy Corbin, for whom restaurants run in the family – father Chris Corbin launched the likes of The Wolseley and Brasserie Zédel. read more
Just Opened London says: It’s a pleasure and a delight to report, Kudu is way, way better than that. In fact, it’s such an exciting, vibrant little place, serving food of such intelligence and charm, that it makes the case for this previously rather quiet section of South East London to become a genuine food destination. read more
The Nudge says: The simply named Kudu sports a deceptively simple interior, too – roughly-plastered walls are dressed up with dusky rose pink paint, whitewashed brickwork and sporadic duck-egg tiling; the banquettes are long, velvety and teal blue; and accents come in the form of mid-century style furniture, vintage lighting and delicately framed pressed botanicals on the walls. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: The space has a grand, old-fashioned charm alongside contemporary touches of pale-pink concrete, bright marine velvet banquettes, sleek pendant lampshades, and cherry-red stools with a view of the open kitchen where Williams and team are coolly doing their thing. read more




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