Federation Coffee is where you go when you want good coffee close to Brixton Market. It’s cosy without being pokey, and it’s always full of people hanging out and doing things like talking with other humans with eye contact (they don’t have Wi-Fi). The food’s good in a casual, avocado and eggs kind of way – try the ricotta and salmon on toast, which is a nice change from the usual rotation of brunch dishes.
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The original Franco Manca still makes some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in town, from a cosy little shop in Brixton market.
In addition to nice Japanese comfort food and good beers, Brixton’s Nanban is a solid place for a hang with mates.
Come to KaoSarn when you want nice Thai food in Brixton - the curries are good, and the larb salad is a must.
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Most people come to Dominique Ansel Bakery for a Cronut to post on Instagram, some of them even eat it. But there’s more to this place than that.
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The best coffee in Borough (if not all of London), and their filter coffee is especially good.
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