Brixton Market




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  • Address:

    Brixton Market Electric Avenue, Pope's Road, Brixton Station Road
    SW9 8JX

  • Venue phone:

    020 7926 2530

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  • Opening hours:

    Open 8am-6pm Mon, Tue, Thu-Sat; 8am-3pm Wed

  • Transport:

    Tube: Brixton tube/rail

  • Map

    1. Brixton Market
      • Electric Avenue, Pope's Road, Brixton Station Road
        SW9 8JX
      • 020 7926 2530
      • 51.462335,-0.114277

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holly G

I love this place. You cant book tables and often have to bring your own alcohol but the food is fantastic, the selection is amazing and its all super cheap :)


Time Out's odd sensationalism continues. Don't get me wrong - I live in Brixton, I love the market, and shop there several times a week. But for quality (or even value), it doesn't compare to Borough Market. Take a look at the butchers on Atlantic Avenue. Seems authentic, from the outside; whole skinned lambs hanging from the hooks. Step inside, and you'll find nothing more than a bunch of untrained guys with a hacksaw. It's not the real thing, though it would fool a white person. Same thing down the row. The secret: ask any good restaurant - and there are many - in Brixton Village - where they source their ingredients. A hint: it isn't the market, in 90% of cases (the successful ones). The result is a sensationalist dream, a market that looks like a foodie's paradise, but isn't. Reject the dream, and go elsewhere that has real ingredients. Borough market isn't bad, for a starter (though there are other places as well.) Sad, but true. Don't be a dupe, don't be a hipster. Look at it with a sceptical eye, and demand better.