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Takeaways are in abundance and the usual Indian and Chinese style foods are well represented.Try the Denmark Hill Tandoori and Tasty House for good examples of both. In terms of restaurants, few come here for the high quality dining yet the Black Sheep is famed as a Gastro Pub.The pub is a sign that this is an area on the rise.Camberwell includes a number of charming pubs home to an arty crowd with taste for ale, wine and conversation.If you dont mind living in an ex-local authority block, prices are even more affordable.There is a strong African and Afro-Caribbean influence in Camberwell, admixed with a Greek-Cypriot presence and a strong student representation drawn from Camberwell College of Arts, Kings College London, Goldsmiths College and the Institute of Psychiatry.I set out doing research about this topic but was having trouble finding the time or appropriate resources to do so.Logically (for a number of reasons), to me it only makes sense that the New Testament was written in Greek.
It has gone from a fashionable area with a good, large-scale Victorian housing stock to an area associated with drugs and deprivation to a trendy area once again, stoked by the booming art market and the spread outwards of Londons relentless growth in wealth.
This seems probable and those considering a move may well wish to consider this as the next creative boom area.
Denmark Hill station is home to the Phoenix Pub featuring an original old iron stair case, a station clock, and a plethora of fine ales.
Buses include (besides others): 35, 40, 42, 171, 176.
Trains from Denmark Hill go regularly to Victoria and Blackfriars (just a ten minute journey) making an ideal area for commuting.