Simon Whiteside originally opened Hook in Camden and now he's bringing his seafood expertise to Pop Brixton with his own restaurant, Roe. Expect sustainable seafood on an ever-changing menu that showcases his Irish influences.
Albion & East, who’re known for their cavernous, shabby-chic halls, scale things back a bit with Cattivo, a new Italian-style cafe with a basement cocktail bar.
If you've been craving the amazing katsu sandwiches chef Tim Anderson has been posting on Instagram, then the good news is he's now opened a place where you can get them.
Nanban have just opened Nanban Express, a hatch on Brixton's Electric Lane, serving up what they're calling "a grab-and-go menu of Japanese sandwiches and salads". The hatch, which opened
We take a look at the newest addition to Pop Brixton, the Alpine-themed Alpes from the Raclette Brothers. There's more than melted cheese here - but that melted cheese is damned fine...
South London fans of everyone's favourite fried chicken spot Chick ‘n’ Sours will, for one month, have less far to go the next time they need a fix. While the original Haggerston branch is being refurbed, they'll be popping up in Coldharbour Lane where Calcutta Street used to be.
Upstairs will be the standard restaurant but downstairs they'll have a development kitchen working on new dishes for the Haggerston
Street traders the Raclette Brothers are opening a restaurant at Pop Brixton with Alpine-inspired food. So if fondue, raclette and tartiflette are your thing, then you know where to come.
Having begun life in a container at Pop Brixton, the return of the restaurant to a more permanent spot under the arches on Atlantic Road is good news.
If you missed Salon’s jubilant reopening as Brixton’s newest wine bar, then here’s another excuse to get down there. On 28 January, they’ll be celebrating the venue’s fifth birthday - how time flies! - by organising a lavish supper club-style lunch seating. Food will be taken care of by five chefs, brought in from some of
Treats & Tings is refashioning itself in Brixton as a new culture and community-focused teahouse.
Not to be confused with the nearby Fish, Wings & Tings in Brixton Village, Treats & Ting will have a menu laden with paninis, salads and soups. There'll be Caribbean-influenced grub like curry goat and oxtail,
Smoke + Salt have moved into Pop Brixton as their latest home. We popped int for a Test Drive to see what's new.
If you’ve been missing Brixton Market’s pop-up-turned-restaurant Salon ever since it closed its doors this summer, then here’s some good news. After a rather quick two weeks spent redecorating, the restaurant is now planning its reopening complete with a fancy a new interior *and* a new wine shop next door.
Aside from the new shop, the interior and upstairs dining room will be polished up
Brixton’s Canova Hall will be open from very early in the morning until 1am, all week long, but what goes on inside will change as the hours pass, from coffee and wifi in the early hours, to Italian food, and finally gin cocktails and DJs at night.
7/6/17 - Updated with soft launch details
Smoke & Salt will be bringing their fine-yet-casual dining to South Londoners when it takes up residence in Pop Brixton this summer.
It was with a heavy heart that we announced the closure of Kricket’s Pop Brixton site. But as the saying goes, when one door closes
So this is sad news. The super popular Kricket is closing its original spot in POP Brixton. Seems they're decided to focus their efforts on finding a second permanent site - either in Brixton or beyond.
“We couldn't have asked for a better place to open our first restaurant," said co-owners Rik Campbell & Will Bowlby, "and whilst we will be focusing our attention on our restaurant in Soho for the time being, we hope to return to Brixton one day
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