Review : Supper, SW delivery

South West London has a new takeaway option that’s good for you. Supper was founded in 2014 by CEO Duncan Scott whose mission is to “give more people the opportunity to eat healthy, good quality and freshly home-cooked food with the convenience of it being delivered to the door, hot and ready to enjoy”. Essentially it means…

Review : Sponge & Cream, Brixton

With the Great British Bake Off back on our screens, we’re all once again experiencing a higher-than-usual amount of cake cravings. Luckily, there’s an answer to those sugar-coated prayers lurking in a corner of Brixton Village. Sponge & Cream is owned by Paulina, who quit her job in IT to pursue a career in baking….

Review : Katakata, Brixton

Also on the Brixton Blog When the boards started going up for this new(ish) kid on the block, the last thing anyone expected to appear next to Brixton veteran Negril was a vegetarian and vegan French galette serving hang-out and herb garden. Half way up Brixton Hill stands Katakata. The whole vibe of this place…

Review : Valhalla, Brixton

Also featured on the Brixton Blog. Valhalla has an understated exterior – simple black paint with a solitary Danish flag painted on its frontage. It’s a small venue with a handful of tables and chairs inside and a couple more outside. Uniquely, this restaurant doesn’t have a website, a Facebook page or even a Twitter…

Review : Carioca, Brixton

Also featured on the Brixton Blog. Being someone who enjoys a spot of food in South London, mixed with the steady migration of friends coming to check out Brixton as their potential “new” alternative to living in north London, I get asked pretty regularly “where should I go for brunch in Brixton?” And I’m glad…

Breakfast from The Breakfast Co.

[Featured on the Brixton Blog] How many times have you laid in bed on a Saturday or Sunday morning, wondering why no one had thought to start a breakfast delivery company? But surely there are millions of people just like me this morning? I’d certainly put business their way. Ooh, maybe I’m onto something? Now…

Review : Wild Caper, Brixton

This is a bold statement for a foodie like myself, but I’m going to be brave and say it. SOMETIMES, a Bloody Mary can be the best thing about a brunch. Sadly, that’s not true at Wild Caper. Too much citrus, and too little of all those other little lovelies – celery salt, horseradish cream…