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1 November, 2018, No comments

Tequlia time at Brixton’s home to pimped up caravan booths, bottomless boozy brunches and latin-flavoured nights out. Simple to make, refreshing to drink, with a sharp hit of tabasco and […]

Small plates: Brixton foodie news round-up

1 November, 2018, No comments

Italian Job: Cattivo Albion & East, the smarty-pantsers behind Canova Hall, extend their creative colonisation of the old Bon Marche building with ...

Orient Express: Nanban

1 November, 2018, No comments

Tim Anderson’s Nanban is always worth another visit I know, for many, he is kind of persona non grata these days, but my favourite Woody Allen quote ...

Cafe Cairo billboard saying "We are open"

‘There are places in Brixton from back in the day that are still here’

1 November, 2018, No comments

Still around after more than 20 years, being burnt down and spending four years closed, Café Cairo epitomises the Brixton spirit. James Perrett finds ...

  • Turtle Power
    30 October, 2018, No comments

    Nick Buglione makes a trip to Turtle Bay a family affair I used to sympathise with mums and dads taking the kids out to eat. Total chaos and mass confusion […]

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    Europhiles say it with Brixton beer
    8 October, 2018, 1 Comment

    A group of passionate pro-Europeans has turned to Brixton’s Clarkshaws Brewery to create a beer that celebrates the principles of the European Single Market: the four freedoms of movement of […]

  • Eastern promise: Nour Cash and Carry
    4 October, 2018, 1 Comment

    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 honeycomb bobbing around in the […]

  • Any given Sunday: Knife
    4 October, 2018, No comments

      Nick Buglione takes the family to Knife When the law finally catches up with me for crimes (against gastro journalism) and it’s my last day in San Quentin, a […]

  • Going underground: Gremio de Brixton
    4 October, 2018, No comments

    Carina Murphy goes all tapas at Gremio de Brixton It’s fitting that for my last Bugle review as a bona fide London resident before emigrating “up north”, I’m checking out […]