Restaurants in Brixton

One of London's best party destinations, 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 16th October 2019




Beast of Brixton

359 user reviews 5

If you're after amazing restaurants in Brixton, then the Beast of Brixton is a literal hidden gem you need to visit. 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, all while you sit in one of the coolest venues in the area.  

The Courtesan

230 user reviews 4

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.

Market House

162 user reviews 4

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.

Rosa's Thai Cafe Brixton

79 user reviews 4

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. Adding particular charm to this restaurant in Brixton, the venue will be dressed as a 1930s post office, inspired by the local building that sat just down the road.

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.