Ning Ma continues to make dumplings and noodles just as her grandparents did in Beijing in this small restaurant in the buzzing Brixton Village.
The menu is simple and tasty, with steamed dumplings coming with various fillings and big bowls of noodle soup topped with beef or tofu.
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Venue Details & Map
18 Granville ArcadeBrixtonLondonSW9 8PR
- Public transport:
- Brixton, Underground
They do some things really well and just need a bit more rounding out to become five stars.
Came here on weds night and it was packed notwithstanding that the night was cold and there were only 2-3 tables inside and the other 6 tables were outside in the cold.
As mentioned previously the waitresses were overworked with only 2 to serve the entire restaurant and we felt neglected and even...more
Pretty good for sure.
Right in the middle of Brixton Village, with giant doors that are impossible to miss once you're in the market, it's done some decent dumplings.
They're in no rush here and even to get a seat, you sometimes have to awkwardly flag someone down. But once you do, there's a nice menu of dumplings and noodle dishes, both which are made fresh and tasty. It's reasonably...more
I'm now a regular at Mama Lan but Brixton Market is where I first experienced this authentic, modern Chinese eatery. Tables are few but we got lucky and found some cosy seats inside. We shared some dumplings as a starter and then had the vegetarian noodle soup. Spicy! But full of great flavour and fresh ingredients. I had never been a fan of Chinese mushrooms before but the quality at Mama Lan...more
After a busy afternoon food was most definitely needed and having seen someone eating dumplings here earlier, I jumped at the chance to give it a try!
It's a really cute little piece with seating outside and in. I'd say there's only enough seating for around 20 people max but if you can grab a table it's definitely worth it.
I opted for the chicken noodle salad and we shared the beef and...more
Was passing by in the Brixton area, so a little visit to one of the many places to eat. Actually wanted to go to Nanban for ramen as it was cold out but it was closed that day.
Fancied something short and sweet so popped into Mama Lan. Ordered some Pork and Chinese leaf dumpling and some spicy crispy chicken wings doing the trick. the crispy wing were oood but I felt it was missing some...more