Restaurants in Brixton
One of the most up and coming areas in London, Brixton is a haven for eating and drinking out in the city. A hubbub of culture, independent attitudes and top tasters, Brixton restaurants are an amalgamation of the unique spirit that South London boasts. Check out our recommendation for some of the best places to eat in Brixton and scoff your way through something seriously good.
Last updated on 9th December 2016
A restaurant 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. Traditionally prepared with harmoniously blended ingredients sourced worldwide, Dim Sum is made for sharing and provides intense dishes that may be small on size but big on flavour.
Chill out and eat some of the best Rio street food at Cabana, where you can munch on skewers, burgers or the iconic Brasilian feijoada hot pot in their creatively designed interior. Wash this down with their famous Brazilian cocktails, as well as some Cabana-inspired originals, and enjoy the cool and welcoming atmosphere.
A popular neighbourhood bar with a refreshingly modern feel, Grand Union Brixton is a great place to eat in Brixton. A predominately American style fare occupies the menu with plenty of sliders, hot dogs and sharing platters to dig into. A young, vibrant crowd make the atmosphere here buzzing, and the huge outdoor space is great for summer sun chilling or refreshing winter days.
A friendly, charming venue, Market House is a great party pub, but also an ideal place to enjoy a satisfying range of fresh food, all made with locally sourced ingredients. With light bites like wild boar sausage rolls and lemon and garlic wedges perfect for sharing, those after a full meal will not be disappointed. Pumpkin salad, oven baked aubergine, posh burgers with skin-on chips. This Brixton restaurant has it all.
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.
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 dominate 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. Dining here is an indulgent treat to yourself, so relax and enjoy.
While some may consider that chicken restaurants in Brixton aren't all that hard to come by, none do it quite like CHICKENLiquor. Bird is the word at this boozy joint as guests can tuck into a top selection of drinks alongside deep fried chicken goodies from the team.