The Big Lunch in SE1 suffered from overcast weather which persuaded most people to stay at home for their lunch on Sunday.
The nationwide project was aimed at getting neighbours together in the tradition of Jubilee street parties.
"Whilst there are a significant minority of communities that are closely-knit and act as a beacon for neighbourliness, many of Britain's communities are, at best, anonymous" claimed the national organisers.
Meanwhile the most successful event was the Colombianamente being held in Bernie Spain Gardens where Colombians formed a long queue for their traditional Sunday lunch.
Businesses and organisations backing The Big Lunch included the SE1-based Campaign for Rural England and Divine Chocolate. Living Streets which has an active local branch was also backed the initiative.