I’ve always been big on the ‘sharing is caring’ motto, and it seems to be a sweeping trend amongst restaurants to follow suit. Offering a selection of small plates, big plates and hearty dishes, Nanban, a self-proclaimed Japanese soul food restaurant in Brixton, caters for both those wanting to…
Nanban means ‘Southern barbarian’ in Japanese, a term used many centuries ago to describe Europeans.
Formed by Tim Anderson, MasterChef's youngest winner, embraces the barbaric and the foreign aspects of Japanese cuisine and incorporates the glorious global flavours of Brixton Market into his food and drinks. As one customer described Nanban, they are like 'Wagamama on acid’.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Background Music
Nanban, 426, Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LF