|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (USD30.10) per diner|
£25 and under
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Seven at Brixton
7 Market RowBrixtonLondonSW9 8LB
- Public transport:
- Brixton Railway Station, National Railway
A favourite cocktail place in London, serving drinks at very reasonable prices. I miss the days they used to do novelty sharers cocktails (once got a special cadbury Easter egg files with Bailey's and milk and cocoa) but the changing decor and proximity to a range of great restaurants still keeps bringing me back.
Getting more and more popular so better to book if you can.more
For my first time in Brixton, Seven was a great find within Brixton Market. It has some specialty cocktails, which are good. I had the Abuela, which is good if you like tequila drinks with a little spice. There was a drink that came in a glass skull, I would ask to figure out what that is! We ordered the large sharer plate. It was more than enough for tapas portions for two people. You could...more
I really love this little bar in Brixton Market. I've been a couple of times - it's very well priced, the cocktails are great and I like the atmosphere. It's pretty chilled out, with basic (but interesting) decor, like tables made from suitcases. And they have a good selection of board games.
The cocktail menu regularly changes, and the drinks are well thought out and inexpensive. This time I...more
This was my third visit to Seven and as always I was pretty pleased. In the markets of Brixton is has that home made Brixton vibe, everything's a bit mismatched and half put together, but it works. The cocktails are very reasonably priced here from £5-£7.50, much better than some of the "fancier" joints in London and the staff will wait your table so you don't have to queue at the bar.
This little cozy cocktail/tapas bar inside the Village Market, serves nice cocktails and tapas, but I was unfortunately already full when I got there, so I did not taste their food.
The place is a good mixture of old and new and I absolutely love everything from the tables, to the fun scrabble reserved things to the wine cooler(which was an old tomato sauce can).The menu had fun details as...more