Brixton is still delivering in lockdown

Food from Sakeya

Brixton’s world- class food scene is finding ways to deliver your favourite meals in line with the current restrictions.

From Japanese to Lebanese – keep reading to find out how you can support local businesses. 

Pop Brixton is one for the indecisive eaters, as you’ll know if you’ve visited the street food project. Luckily there’s still loads of options for enjoying while at home.

Share A Slice, for pizza that does good, is open 5 to 10pm daily.

Each time you order a pizza they donate one, so it’s a simple way to help fight the hunger crisis.

Share A Slice pizzas

You can find them on Uber Eats and Deliveroo as well as on Instagram @shareaslice. 

Baba Gs have been doing street food for more than ten years. Their Brixton location is still delivering 5 to 10:30pm, via both Deliveroo and Uber Eats. For shots of their lamb Jalfrezi burger head to @babagsfood. 

Sakeya are offering sushi, as well as poke bowls, this lockdown. Find them on Deliveroo and Uber Eats Tuesday to Saturday 12 to 8.30pm, and on Sundays 12 to 3pm.

Both Uber Eats and Deliveroo are offering non-contact delivery to ensure safety. 

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If you’re doing Veganuary this year, Halo Burger are delivering their vegan fast food through Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

You can get their plant-based burgers and fries Sunday to Thursday from 12 to 9pm or Fridays and Saturdays 12 to 9.30pm. To find them on Instagram go to @haloburgeruk.

Oowee Vegan are another plant- based option, this time in Brixton Market. As well as being on Deliveroo they are currently open for collection. The menu is on their website, and they’re open 11am to 10pm every day apart from Mondays.

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The Laundry forecourt in warmer times

Laundry market

Usually a popular coffee and drinks spot, you can still support The Laundry in lockdown.

They are starting a new market outside their site on Coldharbour Lane every Friday and Saturday for the foreseeable.

With the focus of connecting the South London community, there will be a “diverse selection of fresh and prepared food and drinks to take home”, along with their own wine shop and takeaway options.

If you want a spot as a trader, apply via

The Laundry Terrace market will be open 9am to 3pm as it launches this week. Social distancing will be enforced.