Brixton Village is one of my favourite places to explore whenever we are back in London. For any visitors to London, or indeed locals, Brixton is an excellent area to visit if you like good food, good vibes and good company. But, with so many restaurants and bars in one area, how do you know where to dine? Here’s our guide to the 5 best places to eat and drink in Brixton Village right now.
- Best place to eat pizza in Brixton Village: Baz and Fred
- Best place to eat vegan food in Brixton Village: Eat of Eden
- Best place to eat Japanese food in Brixton Village: OKAN
- Best place to eat brunch in Brixton Village: The Joint
- Best place to drink coffee in Brixton Village: Federation Coffee
Best place to eat pizza in Brixton Village: Baz and Fred
For Pizza, there are a few different options. There’s Franca Manca, a stalwart of a restaurant that can be found in all corners of London. Then there’s Canova Hall, just outside the market, here you can find Pizza in an excellent space for groups of all sizes.
However, our favourite place for pizza in Brixton Village has to be Baz and Fred. This small and intimate eatery, offers handmade sourdough pizza cooked to perfection in a bespoke pizza oven. You can grab a slice or go for the whole shebang, with a great choice of toppings from the traditional to the unusual.
If you really love the pizza here, you can always book Baz and Fred for your next big event too. Baz and Fred are able to offer mobile catering if you want pizza ay your wedding or special celebration.
Best place to eat vegan food in Brixton Village: Eat of Eden
If you follow a vegan diet, or you’re just looking for some fresh and delicious vegan food, then Eat of Eden in Brixton Village is the best place for you to eat.
This small, cosy, restaurant offers a wide range of food, from vegan burgers to curries. The platters here are super popular, offering large plates of filling food with Caribbean flavours. This is definitely a perfect pit stop if you need something to warm your cockles on a cold winter’s day.
Best place to eat Japanese food in Brixton Village: OKAN
For Japanese food with a street food twist, look no further than Okan in Brixton Village. Whether you’re looking for Udon, Tappen Yaki or just a small bite and a cocktail, Okan has you covered. But, don’t leave here without trying the prawn gyoza – a speciality.
The service is great and the prices reasonable, but most importantly it feels like authentic Japanese food.
Best place to eat brunch in Brixton Village: The Joint
If brunch is what you’re after, then head to The Joint in Brixton Village. With a few tables inside and a few outside, there’s plenty of space whether you’re brunching with friends, a date or solo. The Joint offers bottomless brunch for £30 (plus food price), or you can opt for a classic Bloody Mary.
The brunch menu includes the usual, but also some indulgent dishes like ribs and chicken strips. Lunch is also available from 1200, but the brunch menu goes all day. Delicious.
Stop here if you’re hungover, or just need a good fill!
Best place to drink coffee in Brixton Village: Federation Coffee
Federation Coffee has been in Brixton Village for many years and the coffee is still as good. Stop here for a slice of cake (gluten free options available) and good strong cup of coffee. It’s definitely the best place for a cup in Brixton Village. Food is limited, so it’s definitely not the go to for brunch, but for a quick cup or a takeaway caffeine hit, this is the one!
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