All posts in Food

October 4, 2017, No comments

Treats & Ting’s Emma-Louise Stewart shares her favourite recipes When the nights are darker and there’s an autumnal chill, I feel like nice comfort food. Here’s a spin on a Caribbean […]

Brixton Brewery staff at Nuclear Dawn mural

Trump that – Brixton has got its own Nuclear Dawn beer

October 4, 2017, No comments

  Brixton’s famous Nuclear Dawn mural is celebrated by a new Brixton Brewery beer. Completed in 1981 by artist Brian Barnes, the mural was insp ...

The only way is ethics: Cafe Van Gogh review

October 3, 2017, No comments

Annabel Twose goes meat-free at Café Van Gogh A few years ago, overcome with guilt from the film Cowspiracy, I dipped my toes in vegan. But, after tw ...

Made In Brixton: Halloumi Room

October 1, 2017, No comments

Friends and Brixton wrappers Stu, Emma, Jess and James set up Halloumi Room in 2015, selling healthy, affordable veggie wraps at festivals and street ...

  • Pop Goes the King: King & Co review
    October 1, 2017, No comments

      Simon Still gets his teeth into his tasty local I declare an interest. The King & Co, celebrating its third birthday, is my local. I regularly lose myself here […]

  • Frontier Boozer: Coach & Horses review
    September 10, 2017, No comments

    Simon ‘not so sporty spice’ Still pops into the reinvented Coach & Horses Venturing away from the mania of the market and central Brixton opens up a huge range of […]

  • Passage to India: Calcutta Street review
    September 8, 2017, No comments

    Nick Buglione’s Indian summer of Bengali street food Way way back, many centuries ago, I reviewed a restaurant which had created an entirely fictional back story of explorers, exotic journeys, […]