Tatale is a pan-African restaurant in Southwark that is chilled—CC: all of the cushions—but also decidedly cool. You’re going to want to order everything here and you should because the menu is concise and there isn’t a single dud dish on offer. The ackee croquettes are a panko masterclass, the black eyed bean stew is a proper zinger complete with a whole plantain, and you’re about as likely to share the rich but refreshing black eyed bean hummus as you are the remaining plug point in a Costa Coffee. The mood is drama-free family meal and it’s perfect for rounding up a group of mates, getting a round of Star beers in, and ordering the chin chin cheesecake to apologise for hogging the chichinga buttermilk fried chicken wings. Sorry but they’re just too good to share.