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The south London suburb has become a food-lover’s paradise and still retains its charm as a cultural melting pot. Here are the places you need to go.


Casa Morita, Brixton Market (AKA Market Row).


Wahaca recently opened its latest branch on Atlantic Road, but if you'd like a chain-free Mexican experience, try this delightful Brixton Market stalwart, founded in 2011 on Mexican Independence Day, which serves food "cooked by a verified Mexican".


Tacos and quesadillas are three for £6 – the best of which is the taco de Cochinita pibil, pork marinated in orange juice then slow-cooked – and there's an inviting cocktail menu too.


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Fish, Wings and Tings, Brixton Village (AKA Granville Arcade).


This is Brixton and Caribbean food is serious business. Trinidad-born chef Brian Danclair brings the spirit of his homeland to his delicious rotis, codfish fritters and prawns in Red Stripe tempura. When the sun is out and you're sat here, you could for a moment forget you're in England.


And if it's not hot enough for you, Danclair makes his own hot sauce, which is not for the faint-hearted.


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Seven At Brixton, Brixton Market.


Come for the cocktails, stay for the tapas. One of the best (and cheapest) cocktail menus in town is matched by a menu of Spanish favourites, including gambas, whitebait, calamari, tortilla and a charcuterie board... as well as fuller options such as the "full Spanish breakfast", which includes chorizo and morcilla de Burgos, delicious Spanish black pudding,


Beer drinkers note that Seven has a full range of Spanish Alhambra beers, including the deep, rich-tasting 6.4% ABV Reserva.


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Negril, 132 Brixton Hill, SW2 1RS.


If you want to escape the hipster throng of Brixton's markets, up on Brixton Hill is this neighbourhood spot serving Caribbean favourites with a wholesome, home-made vibe. The jerk chicken is good; the curries are excellent, and it's one of the best spots for breakfast in the area. Plus, it's BYOB so get your own Red Stripe from the shop. But don't expect to get a table on weekend evenings without booking.


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