Transport: Sydenham Train Station a Zone 3 train station with access to Highbury & Islington, London Bridge, West Croydon and Crystal Palace. The station originally opened back in 1839 and the London Overground was established in 2007.
Sydenham Wells Park: Sydenham Wells Park is arguably one of the most attractive parks in the borough. It offers water features, formal gardens and an array of mature trees and shrubs.
La Petite Bouchee: The name translated literally means the ‘small mouthful’ but there is nothing small about La Petite Bouchée. They may be a small brasserie, but the flavours are big and bold, everything is made from scratch using the best ingredients and it’s all accompanied by delicious Cocktails, Champagne, Wine, Craft Beer and Cider.
Sugarhill Café: An independent coffee shop / bar in Sydenham South East London, hosting monthly music events.
Mayow Park: A great place for a relaxing stroll amongst the buzzing wildlife. Located in the park is the popular Brown and Greens independent café and plenty of facilities for football, cricket and school sports days. Tennis courts, a trim trail and outdoor gym all encourage fitness.
Trattoria Raffaele: Opened in 2008, Trattoria Raffaele is a family-run restaurant offering fresh and authentic Italian food. Priding themselves on dishing up great food, not fast food, they are thrilled to have taken the top spot on Trip Advisor on numerous occasions as London’s Best Restaurant. Not bad for a little 40-seater Trattoria!
The Dolphin Pub: A brilliant pub located in the heart of Sydenham, offering great food and craft beers with a real community feel.
Conservation Area: The Thorpe estate is made up of Edwardian buildings spanning across six Roads, Bishopsthorpe Road, Queensthorpe Road, Earlsthorpe Road, Princethorpe Road, Kingsthorpe Road and Dukesthorpe Road. The properties located in this area have retained character from the Edwardian era and have amazing architecture. It’s like stepping back in time.