Tag: Brixton food

If Nour can go, what else could we lose?

Miss South, whose books, and recipes and reviews for the Bugle and Blog, did so much to put Brixton’s food traders on the map,...

Good food this Christmas brought to you by Incredible Edible Lambeth

How can we all source good nutritious food this Christmas to feed our families? Finding fresh fruit and veg at affordable prices that has not...

Brixton Village announces chef contest winners

Brixton Village has announced the two winners of the Brixton Kitchen competition. The competition set out to find the next big talent in food...

Village food shop on awards shortlist

Guzzl, the Brixton Village food shop, owned and run by long-time Brixton resident Andrew Murray-Watson, has been shortlisted in the Best Deli and Best...

Eastern promise: Nour Cash and Carry

Sacha Harrison meets the family at Nour Cash and Carry "Guess how much?” I say, grinning and holding up a jar of honey, a whole...

Free meals for Brixton kids over summer holidays

(sponsored Blogpost) In a special summer promotion Brixton's Turtle Bay restaurant on Brixton Road is offering cash strapped parents a Caribbean alternative to McDonald's or KFC. For...

Ride the Brixton Wave

Brixton Wave, the brand-new summer festival, building on all that is good about one of London’s most famous areas, is coming soon. The two-day event...

Food and drink news April

What's been happening in food and drink in Brixton Deliciously Herne Hill Food writer Ella Mills has opened her third Deliciously Ella site, The Kitchen Counter...

Turtle Bay says tipping policy fair and efficient

Brixton’s new Turtle Bay restaurant – due to open in October – has answered critics of its policy on waiters’ tips. A London trade union...

New menu at Black Cultural Archives

Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives café will launch a new African-inspired menu on Wednesday September 23. The BCA says its café will be transformed into "a...

Brixton Recipes: Coconut & Guava Tapioca Cake

Tapioca in the UK is only really known as the small white spheres that are cooked with milk to make a soft pudding people...

Review: Sunday Lunch Fails to Shine at the Effra Social

Oh, the Great British Sunday Lunch: where meat and two veg (and yorkies and roast potatoes) come together to soak up any residual Saturday...

Brixton Review: Beehive Place Pop Up

  By Emma Dolan On Friday evening we finally managed to get tickets for the wildly popular supper club Beehive Place Kitchen & Bar, a stone’s...

Chickpeas with Orange, Rosemary and Leeks

This dish was inspired by one of the answers in our Christmas series when we asked what you eat after the indulgences of December....

The Man Behind Franco Manca

  By Zofia Niemtus Did you know there’s a Franco Manca in Westfield? Westfield. It feels wrong. Giuseppe Mascoli’s pizzas are crafted – the sourdough is...

Two for one: Fish sauce

In the third of her series of recipes for store cupboard 'lurkers', Rosie Lovell experiments with fish sauce... I’m well aware that not everyone has...

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