37-38 Granville Arcade, Brixton, London, SW9 8PR
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+44 (0)791 954 2233
This place is brilliant. They make wonderful, really home-made fare, with great ingredients. There is excellent attention to detail without any hint of pretentiousness, and you know that you could make all these dishes yourself if you only had access to the best ingredients and the time to do it. I love this kind of eating - it feels like eating at home would be if one didn't have to work...more
I've been here several times and it's one of the best restaurants in the market. Excellent contemporary British fare that changes depending on what is available. They really care about what they serve which you can really see in the food they have on offer. If you haven't been, it's worth a try.
Service is normally pretty good but we've had some iffy moments but nothing that would stop us...more
What a joy.
All kinds of good stuff served here, and all on a tin plate for my pleasure. The brainchild of one man and his bird, Brixton Cornercopia bring together the simplicity of cooking in a wholesome and hearty delivery.
Using only local produce, the menu changes daily so what better excuse to pop in for lunch or dinner (the village has a late licence Thursday - Saturday) 7 days a week!...more
I declare myself a fan of Cornercopia which is situated across a number of different arcade spaces in the Brixton Village indoor market. It has a shop which sells locally sourced and home made produce. However, it is the restaurant which resulted in my visit. It describes itself as 'ultra-local food' which sounds a little like a superlative too far. What it seems to mean is that the menu...more
Lovely. Just lovely.
Part shop, part restaurant, part pantry.
Jars and packets of home made goodies line the shelves- you could spend hours (and a lot of money) perusing their offerings. We sampled their resturant food this weekend too and it was fantastic. Homemade pork pie with relish and salad - perfect winter fare.
I finished off my Xmas shopping here - they were making up Xmas hampers...more