In short, if you’re looking for a great meal, you’ve come to the right place. You can also come here for garlicky peppered prawns, scallop salad and good old cod and chips. The menu promises well-priced riffs on the Caribbean standards (codfish fritters, curry goat, a tempting jerk veggie cheeseburger, callaloo fries, rice ‘n’ peas etc), and there’s a fully loaded rum bar for the wet stuff. The masala chai is exemplary, and the prices for all dishes very low. © 2020 Time Out England Limited and affiliated companies owned by Time Out Group Plc. Take Time Out’s video tour of the covered market’s restaurants and cafés and get acquainted with its friendly faces. 363 user reviews 5. And it’s easy to see which is the more intriguing – it’s a funky, if small, space that serves Nude Espresso coffee and a range of pastries, cakes and brownies. Etta’s doesn’t sell booze, but their homemade drinks are ace. Try another? Brixton Village Market: restaurants and cafés, Federation Coffee © Tricia de Courcy Ling. Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out Digital Limited. FM seems less ground-breaking these days, but it’s still a fun, relaxed little spot with indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the bustling market arcade. Salad Club hostesses Rosie French and Ellie Grace have taken their monthly supper club to the next level by giving it a permanent home in Brixton Village Market. Déjà vu! By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Expect anything from boudin noir with cured egg yolk, tarragon and crackling or John Dory with courgettes and sauce vierge to BBQ pork belly with Korean spices. Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! Déjà vu! Mr Pee Noi and his team cook up terrific spicy Thai dishes, despite the handicap of no gas in the kitchen (it’s all done on electric cookers). Emma Clarke. If you're after an amazing roast in Brixton, then the Beast of … A very concise menu is served at this tiny Pakistani café, which is run by Imran Bashir: own-made samosas, curries, three types of thali (minced lamb, chicken or vegetable). Brixton is bursting with great food from almost every cuisine the world has to offer. The tiny eatery has space for only three tables inside; a handful more are placed outside, in the covered arcade. As the name suggests (okonomi means ‘as you like it’), you can put pretty much anything into your batter mix, but pork, squid or kimchi are popular choices. June 2019: Brixton is now staking its claim as one of London’s go-to gastro postcodes, and new contenders just keep coming. This family-run Thai restaurant is the most conspicious as you enter from Coldharbour Lane, as it has alfresco tables on the market’s forecourt. All rights reserved. By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Discover amazing things to do in Brixton including the best bars, restaurants, live music venues and clubs, from Pop Brixton to Phonox and the Ritzy. Our latest selection includes half a dozen crackers ranging from, Like some Alpine après-ski mock-up at the summit of a staircase in funky, Nanban translates as ‘southern barbarian’, so expect a riotous menu of genre-bending Japanese soul food from US-born.