Archive | Restaurants Brixton


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 […]

Continue Reading 0
Ichiban Sushi

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 […]

Continue Reading 0

A bit of Brazil in Brixton

Tucked in the middle of Market Row, Brixton Village, Carioca is an authentic Brazilian restaurant headed up by brothers Maurilio and Antonio, who serve up generous and delicious portions of their favourite dishes. From Monday through to Thursday Carioca offers a set menu of £12.95 for two courses. It also allows diners the ever-popular opportunity […]

Continue Reading 1

Recipes from Brixton Village

SLB was invited to take a ‘food walk’ tour of Brixton Village led by Miss South, food critic for our friends at Brixton Blog and author of ‘Recipes from Brixton Village’– a new book which gives you the opportunity to re-create some of the wonderful dishes you can taste when you visit this increasingly renowned […]

Continue Reading 1

Negril – Brixton Hill

Day 8 – #20Days20Dinners With increasing demand for venues in which to eat out cheaply, Negril ticks the boxes not only serving tasty reasonably priced food, but also being BYOB.  Located on Brixton Hill, I regularly run past this place on my way home and it is pretty much always full, testament to its popularity. […]

Continue Reading 0

The Rise and Rise of Tapas in Brixton

Seven in Market Row, Brixton, recently celebrated its second birthday, and as well as being a proud day for them this represents a significant Brixton wide trend. That trend is the growth of Tapas within a small radius. Already co-existing are the aforementioned Seven, which has been bringing us delicious reasonably priced cocktails with a small selection of […]

Continue Reading 0

Courtesan Dim Sum

It’s not everyday you get a guided tour through a restaurants menu from the person who knows it best, the owner, but that’s exactly what happened when fellow blog writer Tom and I visited Courtesan Dim Sum last week.  Having lived a stones through from this Brixton based restaurant for a year it’s mysterious facade […]

Continue Reading 2

Gremio de Brixton

The Tapas scene in South London is impressive with Brixton alone already boasting two excellent venues, Boqueira on Acre Lane and the Pintxos lead Seven in Brixton village.  It was also recently announced that Brindisa, of Borough Market fame, is to open on Atlantic Road this Autumn.  It’s fast becoming a crowded scene but Gremio is a welcome addition and serves […]

Continue Reading 0

Brindisa Brixton Opening

Good news for Brixtonites, yet another restaurant is to set up shop in the locality and this time it’s Borough Market and South London Blog favourite, Brindisa. The Brixton outpost is to be named Brindisa Food Rooms and will combine a pared-down food range available to buy and take home with a menu of simple but irresistible […]

Continue Reading 0