In Brixton you’ll find a wide range of world cuisines. Enjoy a meal out in the heart of London’s most diverse food scene, with our guide to Brixton’s best restaurants.
Once known as CHICKENliquor, this venue has now become a fully fledged MEATliquor dishing out the dirtiest burgers and wings in Brixton. Not only are the burger gods looking down over Brixton now, they have blessed this branch with their £10 lunch of any burger, fries and unlimited soda that’s served Tuesday to Friday until 5pm. If you’re feeling a little daring there’s the Triple Chili Challenge to take on that’s free if you can devour it in under 10 minutes – we dare ya!
After starting as a pop up in 2012, The Joint now has two restaurants in London and offers a spectacular take on fast food. Try the BBQ burger with either slow-cooked shredded chicken or 16-hour slow-cooked pulled pork with candied apple bacon, slaw and salad. A great place for burgers and simple food with a laid-back atmosphere. Perfect for those that love slow food, done right.
Inspired by ‘el mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria,’ Barcelona’s iconic market, Boqueria offers delicious Barcelona tapas. Whether you’re a fan of seafood, meat or prefer the vegetarian options, the menu caters to everyone. The contemporary interior and relaxed atmosphere makes Boqueria a great spot to enjoy a meal out with friends. It offers delicious dishes and desserts such as the Santiago almond cake with vanilla ice cream.
Located on the iconic Coldharbour Lane, Three Eight Four is a small plates restaurant and cocktail bar. It boasts an innovative menu that draws influence from a variety of cuisines. Try the Chimichurri Steak, rump steak marinated in chipotle and chimichurri served on a bed of rocket. Three Eight Four also caters to the health conscious, with winners like the heirloom tomato with burrata salad. As well as serving classic cocktails, Three Eight Four serves up a series of experimental concoctions like Watermelon Margarita and the Chimicherry Flip, so it’s perfect for drinks and snacks with friends. The restaurant also offers brunch favourites like American pancakes with maple syrup, blueberries and bacon.
Located in the crypt of St. Matthews Church, Gremio de Brixton boasts some of the best Spanish cuisine in the area. The summer tapas menu uses fresh local produce, including the finest selection of cheese and meats. If you’re feeling adventurous try the Pulpo a la Plancha, which is grilled fresh octopus served on a bed of cassava mash, finished with coriander mayo. This Spanish tapas restaurant also has weekly events with resident DJs, so grab those dancing shoes.