The kitchen is the soul of a restaurant as it is of a home, providing warmth, nourishment and evocative smells. An air of expectancy surrounds the kitchen as the work of the day begins. It is a place of hard work, companionship and great rewards, and most importantly, it brings people together to feast on the results.
Ganapati is the south Indian name for the elephant-headed god Ganesh. He is the well-loved remover of obstacles, with a particular fondness for sweets.
Venue Details & Map
38 Holly GrovePeckhamLondonSE15 5DF
- Public transport:
- Peckham Rye, National Railway
The food was authentic south Indian, and fresh. All 4 of us (3 South Indians and me the American) ordered the Thali. I generally find it hard to eat a full thali, but I ate every thing (did not eat all the rice). This was accomplished due to the fact that the food was great and I did not over load on the rice like I normally do. I would highly recommend this place. The only down side was that...more
Tucked down a little side street in Peckham this is a hidden gem. I had a really interesting and delicious vegetarian thali .. I particularly liked the dahl as well as the beetroot dish.
Friendly if a little slow service, and a touch more costly than the cheap South Indian places of Tooting .. However you get what you pay for with a comfortable ambiance and pleasant vibe.more
On a friend's recommendation I stopped in at Ganapati for lunch. The food was very good and freshly cooked without being too heavy or oily, portions were ample and the service was very friendly. Overall it was a great experience and I would recommend Ganapati to anyone.
Reserving the last star for next time I go when I remember to order my food spicy!more
This little place is a pretty popular place compare to its location, and I guess the lack of choices kinda leads you here.
We couldn't get a table, so I told the lady to give me a call if something is available, which of course - she didn't.
But good news everyone! just two blocks away they have a take away place, as everything is very crowded in little peckham, we found our selves over...more
There are some really good vegetarian curries here. I had a black bean and potatoe varient while my wife went for the green chilli and okra. Both very tasty as was the masala dosa that we started with, the mysterious orange sauce that came with it being particularly good!
It's a very cute and pleasant place...not like any venue that I have been to for a curry before.more