Perched atop a disused Peckham car-park, Frank’s Cafe and Campari bar is an innovative, architect-designed eatery and bar.
Diners can enjoy an al fresco set-up that offers outstanding views of London and its landmarks: the Coca-Cola London Eye, The O2 Arena, to Crystal Palace and beyond. Later in the evening DJs play music so you can dance beneath the stars.
Venue Details & Map
Frank's Cafe and Campari Bar
10th Floor Peckham Multi Story Carpark
95A Rye LanePeckham RyeLondonSE15 4ST
You know, I'm not sure how to feel about Frank's Cafe. It's effing weird.
First of all, it's in a place you wouldn't expect. We came to Peckham with some friends because it's a tad dodgy but very up and coming. Think some places on the "east side" of Austin.
So we finally find our way up and you can bet that if there are other young white people looking confused they're looking for it too....more
If franks is open then summer has really arrived! The views are epic and on a sunny day it's an amazing place to be. The food is nice but a little pretentious! And be warned the toilets are akin to glasto.more
My first rooftop bar experience in London and by far my favourite!
The view is just breathtaking!
Situated on the 10TH floor of a multi-storey car park in Peckham - I love how completely random this place is. I remember struggling for about 10 minutes trying to figure out where Frank's Cafe was
When I did eventually find it, I felt like I had just discovered a secret venue.
My first visit...more
What a unique rooftop bar and what an adventure to get to it! After finding the entrance to the car park there are multiple steps and ramps to negotiate, as well as security check, before you finally get to this bar on the top level of the structure. The view across South London and into the city and Canary Wharf is awesome and worth the hassle on its own.. It was busy on a rainy September...more
I've only ever experienced Frank's once and I think I got very lucky. Arriving at about 2pm on a Saturday afternoon with the sun blazing this was a good place to be. Plenty of seating space if you want to rest your weary legs after climbing all those stairs and even some with a bit of shade if that's what you are after.
The food looked ok but was definitely overpriced and I paid £20 for a jug...more