Levan is a casual all-day wine-bar and restaurant in Peckham that serves a menu of excellent sharing plates that are genuinely big enough to share. It’s the kind of laid-back place you might take your out-of-town parents to on a Saturday afternoon to show them how cool your life is now, but you could also come here for an evening catch-up with friends, a solo counter-seat with a glass of wine and a £7.50 plate of boudin noir for company, or a day-time lunch date that turns into an all-afternoon deep-dive into their sensational natural wine list once the kitchen closes at 3pm.
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