Archive | Restaurants Brixton

Rosa’s Thai Cafe – Brixton

Our guest blogger, Nancy Williams, went to Brixton for the opening of a new Thai restaurant – here’s her review: “Rosa’s Thai Café, a small collection of restaurants across London, has just opened a new branch on Atlantic Road in Brixton. Rosa’s offers classic Thai dishes but focuses on sourcing ingredients locally. The menu is […]

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Fancy Funkin Chicken – Brixton

We recently went to the launch night of Fancy Funkin Chicken on Coldharbour Lane in Brixton. Located near the heart of Brixton, this Chicken Shop/Bar is set to be a cool addition to, not only the restaurant scene, but also the nightlife of Brixton.  The interior of the place has an American speak-easy feel to […]

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The Blues Kitchen Brixton

With branches in Shoreditch and Camden, The Blues Kitchen opened their doors in Brixton a few months ago on the site of former Bar Electric Social.  I was surprised when Electric Social originally closed as it always seemed to draw a crowd at the weekends, but having seen the re-designed venue I’m glad it did. […]

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Yum D – Thai in Market Row

A friend had been raving about this small Thai restaurant in Market Row, shortly after which I read a review on Eat In Brixton and noticed it had been shortlisted in their top four restaurants in Brixton. Time to check it out then.  Luckily I had the foresight to book as four of us went along […]

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Naughty Piglets, Brixton – Review

  Naughty Piglets is a new addition to the Brixton restaurant scene. With rents in central Brixton becoming increasingly unaffordable for independent start-up businesses, Naughty Piglets, like the Shrub and Shutter we reviewed a short while ago, has gone for a ‘secondary’ location, this time in Brixton Water Lane, opposite the Hootananny. The restaurant has […]

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The Shrub and Shutter – Brixton

With the high street and central areas of Brixton becoming increasingly off limits to independent businesses because of rent hikes and high business rates, sole traders have to look for premises in ‘secondary’ areas that may initially be less appealing. It’s interesting to speculate what Brixton may look like in five or ten years time; […]

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Wahaca – Brixton

Hard to Fault: nice food, inexpensive and great service. Perfect for a mid-week dinner. Last week I went to Wahaca in Brixton, one of the most recent locations this chain has opened.  Wahaca, which was started by previous Masterchef winner Tommi Mires in 2007, is a Mexican street food restaurant which has expanded succesfully from […]

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Brixton Flavours

Brixton’s Food Festival Sunday 26th October marks the first year of Brixton Flavours, an event which will surely become an annual festival.  Brixton’s food scene has been growing exponentially of late, and Brixton Flavours is all about celebrating this fact and helping people explore the many wonderful restaurants and bars in Brixton. Tickets cost £15 […]

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