If you're after an amazing roast in Brixton, then the Beast of Brixton is a literal hidden gem. Home to bottomless brunches and legendary Sunday roasts, they also have a menu packed with street-food inspired treats. Tacos, sandwiches, burgers and small plates will keep you full, and to wash it down they have a wonderful list of cocktails and beer.
Restaurants in Brixton
Brixton is a destination that never stops, from its high street to its market, so how do get to the nitty gritty of its dining scene? Here of course. From romantic pizzas spots just shy of the main road, to cheap eats near Electric Avenue, we've found the best restaurants in Brixton, so why not check them out below?
One of the most rootin' tootin' places to have dinner in Brixton, Blues Kitchen is a homage to all things New Orleans. Whether you're hunkering down for whisky and cocktails in front of the gospel choir, scoffing down fiery chicken burgers or dancing the night away, this unique London restaurant is one of the best around.
Canova Hall is a café with bottomless coffee and fast wifi in the morning, but once night descends it transforms into an Italian eating and drinking hotspot. Expect delicious Italian bites cooked in their all-wood oven, as well as cocktails delivered on drinks trolleys.
The famous Rosa's Thai Cafe has spread its wings and open yet another site, this time in South London. Created by a husband and wife that were inspired by their travels across the Far East, the restaurant will serve a selection of traditional Thai recipes that have al been subtly tweaked by modern influences.
One of the best party spots in Brixton is back with a whole new series of rooftop brunches. Head over to Prince of Wales where they'll be bringing you night after night of epic DJ line ups and tasty food throughout July and August.
Looking for your new favourite restaurant in Brixton? If you're a fan of fine Italian food, then Maremma should be on your list. Not only will you find freshly made pasta each and every day, but also handpicked wines and authentic Tuscan ingredients.
Barrio is a restaurant, cocktail bar and social club all rolled into one high energy package. Serving up delicious Latin American fare like ceviche tostadas and cactus quesadillas, it's one of the liveliest restaurants in Brixton.
Notorious sister bar to industrial hotspot Canova Hall (found just across the road), Cattivo is a fun-loving spot in Brixton known for its big brunches, basement atmosphere, unique cocktails and Italian drinks and plates.
A dim sum favourite in Brixton, that upon entering, leaves you feeling you have stumbled across and old-school Chinese opium den always makes an interesting dining experience. The menu gives hungry clientele a fantastic selection of bite sized Dim Sum, while regular burlesque events keep the the night alive.
If you have a hankering for something Spanish, then this late night tapas restaurant in Brixton is a prime choice thanks to its secret basement setting. There's wines, beers and even a delicious selection of tapas to keep you fuelled while the DJs do their thing.
Head to Coldharbour Lane for delicious sharing plates and exquisite cocktails. With its cool industrial feel and petite appeal, this fun Brixton restaurant is a great hangout spot whether it's a first date, after work drinks or catching up with a group of friends.
The first champagne bar in Brixton, Champagne + Fromage not only can you enjoy some of the finest French Champagne known to the world, but also tuck into some excellent food. A huge range of cheese dominates the menu, but there are other delicacies such as the tempura frogs legs, snail and cherry tomato salad, Oeuf Cocotte with pear and blue cheese or fois gras and a brilliant range of tarts.