Where To Eat At Brixton Village

Where To Eat At Brixton Village

One of London’s most diverse markets, Brixton Village has long been a cultural hub for both locals and visitors. Either side of Atlantic Road, Brixton Village and Market Row are occupied by more than 140 retailers and restaurants, including mini-chains such as Franco Manca and Honest Burger, which both opened their first sites here. Within the two covered markets, you’ll find dishes that span Europe, India, East Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean, plus shops that sell everything from cheddar to cheese plants. Here are 12 of our favourite places to book a table…

Brixton Cornercopia

Brixton Cornercopia is a small neighbourhood restaurant and corner shop centred on local food and sustainability. On the shelves you’ll find jars of damson jam made with fruit collected from the gardens around Brockwell Park, honey made by south London bees and bottles of Brixton Pound sauce made using ingredients sourced in Brixton Market. Its menu also uses primarily market-sourced, locally grown or foraged ingredients. We like the sound of Dorset mullet with green leaves, with a cordial made from elderflowers gathered on Rush Common, a five-minute walk from the market.

Brixton Village, Brixton, SW9 8PS

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