WELCOME TO DOMALI BAR & KITCHEN, ESTABLISHED IN 1996 AND SITUATED IN THE HEART OF CRYSTAL PALACE.
NEWLY REFURBISHED AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS. WE HOPE YOU LIKE WHAT WE’VE DONE WITH THE PLACE.
Hannah Rose Platt returns to enchant us with her beautiful self-penned Americana and Country and Americana. Hannah is a storyteller extraordinaire, has recorded in Nashville and worked with the best in the business. Here is a taster...read more
If you a walk up our stairs your attention may be drawn to some amazing Photographs of Birds of prey. They are part of a series called 'Flight' and the work of the very talented Dominic Marley, a Crystal Palace local and longtime ago employee of Domali. We remembered...read more
We are proud to announce that we are the first Bar in South East London to have Cinque on Draught. Cinque is the new lager from Shephard Neame. Britain's oldest brewery, situated just down the road in Faversham , Kent. The name Cinque is derived from the Norman-French...read more
We have a small but perfectly formed wine list at Domali, designed in collaboration with our supplier borough wines imports However most people opt for house, nothing wrong with that , our house wine is great and supplied by Borough from their Barrel to bottle range....read more
If you are interested in playing at Domali why not drop us a line. We would love to hear from you...read more
The burger is a very important aspect of our relaunch. We pulled out all the stops to make it something special. We were very lucky to get the opportunity to work with Toby Stuart boutiquecuisine.net/about Toby is a world class chef who luckily for us lives in...read more
We refurbished the restaurant in December 2016. It was both exciting and terrifying for us. After 20 years we felt the need for change, to freshen the old place and ourselves up. Hope you like the before and after...read more
Our Favourite’s Welsh rarebit or ‘welsh’ as we call it at the café is one of our all time best selling dishes. It has been on the menu since ‘96 and it’s still going strong. I reworked an original Mrs Beeton recipe from ‘All about cookery’ published in 1913. It’s an...read more