Brixton is bursting with fab food from around the globe these days, and Brixton Village (aka, the old Granville Arcade, located down Coldharbour Lane) is a gastro ground-zero of sorts. Its big selling point is, of course, its sheer whatever-ya-fancy variety. Superlative BBQ? Got it. Japanese okonomiyaki pancakes? Sure! Gigantic plates of home-style Latin cooking? Si señor! French cheese and bubbles? Naturellement! Not surprisingly, loads of sit-down eateries have decided to pitch camp here, which simply adds to the fun – look out for Thai star KaoSarn, Etta’s Seafood Kitchen (Japanese/European fusion cuisine) and street-style Mexican food at Jalisco, as well as big-hitting success stories such as Franco Manca. The vibe’s a little more refined and less yuppified than nearby Pop Brixton, too. The market itself is open every day from 8am-11.30pm, although individual traders may operate at different times.