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May 8, 2017, No comments

Mikos brings classic Souvlaki to town Nowadays, the path from food truck entrepreneur to restaurant owner is less off-piste entry level, more a required rite of passage. Hugo Yoshida of […]

Coming up Rosa’s

May 8, 2017, No comments

Nick Buglione takes the spice road to Rosa’s Thai Cafe. I like the fact that I can just dive into Brixton and see what unfolds. These days, that’ ...

Shack Attack

May 2, 2017, No comments

Nick Buglione gets down and dirty at Chicken Liquor Mind or body? Less a debate on religious dualism, more the conflicting worlds of proudly unclean e ...

Neighbourhood Watch

May 2, 2017, No comments

Nick Buglione is our man in Havana, err Barrio Brixton Apparently anyone under 30 who can disengage from their umbilical smartphone long enough, “pr ...

  • Still from the film Mindhorn
    Ritzy round up May 2017
    April 30, 2017, No comments

    May is upon us and the taste of summer movies is coming round the bend. writes Nicola Jones Leading the charge this month is British comedy MINDHORN (from 5 May). […]

  • Still from A Moving Image: Tanya Fear in Brixton
    Ritzy round up April
    April 12, 2017, 1 Comment

    As the sun begins to shine here in London, I know it will be hard to remember to go indoors and see some cinema, writes Nicola Jones. Evermore so, as […]

  • Brixton Reviews: Pizza Brixton
    March 29, 2017, Comments Off on Brixton Reviews: Pizza Brixton

    Marion Turner checks in at Brixton’s latest homage to sourdough. At the risk of enraging our fave local foodie Jay Rayner, the vogue for “artisan” sourdough in Brixton continues apace […]

  • The restaurant in the Clink Brixton Prison
    Brixton Reviews: Lunch on the inside – The Clink
    March 29, 2017, Comments Off on Brixton Reviews: Lunch on the inside – The Clink

    Eating inside takes on new meaning at The Clink at HM Prison Brixton. The gastro challenge of eating at Her Majesty’s Pleasure is to ensure the dining isn’t just an […]

  • Still from Certain Women
    Film Review: CERTAIN WOMEN
    March 2, 2017, Comments Off on Film Review: CERTAIN WOMEN

    A 2016 Sundance Festival and Toronto Film Festival selection, writer and director Kelly Reichardt’s new film CERTAIN WOMEN flounders through a slow rumination on small-town American life. CERTAIN WOMEN is […]

  • Restaurant Review: Ya Hala
    February 8, 2017, 1 Comment

    On only its second night open, one could forgive Ya Hala, Brixton’s new Lebanese grill room the occasional hiccup, but it has a little way to go to ensure it […]