Old Spike is part roastery, part coffee shop, and part social enterprise, working to train and offer meaningful employment to homeless people. It’s also the best place in Peckham for coffee. It’s a bit out of the way, but it’s perfect if you’re on your way up to Peckham Rye, or either before or after you’ve eaten at Mr Bao across the road.
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