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Tuesday 23 September 2014

Top 10 Restaurants in Brixton

We continue on this week with our adventure in Brixton - read up on our London Neighborhood guides here!

Brixton’s international community makes sure there are plenty of diverse food options in the area. It has turned into the home of many immigrants wanting to share their traditional dishes with the London market. Caribbean, French, Algerian, and British cuisine are all represented in the area, amongst other exciting options.

Bamboula Kitchen - This Caribbean restaurant and takeaway will take your taste buds straight to Jamaica. The colorful decor matches the colorful menu - so if you’re in the mood for something exotic, head to Bamboula.

Honest Burgers - Fast food at its best, they are usually packed with customers enjoying one of the delicious chicken, beef, or vegetarian choices. You don’t have to wait in a crush of people, however - they take your number and send a text when you can sit.

Champagne et Fromage - Recommended by Twitter user @aileengarden, Champagne et Fromage is a fun French experience for fans of the sadly closed Upstairs in Brixton. Ana amazing champagne selection, as you might've guessed, and more delicious cheese and charcuterie than you can imagine. Book a champagne afternoon tea for a great experience you won't soon forget.

Curry Paradise - Locals flock to the authentic Indian cuisine served in a classy black and white interior and available for takeaway. Curry Paradise has a great menu cooked fresh to order, which includes vegetarian-friendly dishes.

Boqueria - Inspired by Barcelona’s market “el mercat de San Josep de la Boqueria,” or simply Boqueria, this restaurant was born to give customers a taste of the authentic, high-quality food and wine found there.

Rustico - Rustico’s founders represent a blend of nationalities lead by an Italian Head Chef. The interior of the space matches the name and features rustic-chic decor and sets a relaxed, intimate tone perfect for sharing a lunch or dinner with friends.

Satay Cocktail Bar & Restaurant - Good food and excellent cocktails are Satay’s specialties. From Indonesian to Thai, the menu items are varied and authentic. Add a full bar into the mix and Satay is the perfect spot to unwind from a busy week.

Herne Hill Fish Bar - With generous portions fresh to order, locals flock to Herne Hill Fish Bar any time they are craving good, traditional fish and chips. The no-frills approach is definitely working for this little takeaway, as everyone raves about the quality and taste.

Brixton Cornercopia - Situated in the Brixton market, Cornercopia sources all of its ingredients locally, to ensure fresh and quality food. It is a trendy spot in the village area, so you might have to wait for a table on a Friday night.

Khamsa - If you’re looking for something a little different, try out Khamsa - an Algerian cafe. With a cozy atmosphere and traditional cuisine, Khamsa charms new customers and regulars alike.