Brixton (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... busy before gigs as it's in the opposite direction to the Academy when you come out of the tube station. Definitely my top tip. My perfect night in Brixton might also include some noodles or sushi at the brilliant New Fujiyama restaurant which you'll find very near Coldharbour Lane on Vining Street. It's a real Brixton institution and serves lovely big portions of fresh Japanese food, Asian ... more
Customer Brixton (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 999 readings)
If you find yourself in Brixton, heading to the Academy for a gig, you'd be forgiven for assuming dinner has to come from Nandos right across the road from the venue. But Brixton has a wealth of fantastic watering holes and restaurants where you can fuel up before a great night of music. I've lived in the area for 14 years and there are some places I regularly recommend to people who ask me where to go before hitting the mosh pit. Coldharbour Lane is a bit rough and tumble but has a lot to offer. My favourite pre-gig bar is The Prince of Wales - a large old pub with a small beer/smoking garden. It does decent plates of bar food, has table service ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/01, updated on 07/12/01 (Very useful, 2672 readings)
Love it or hate it, you can't deny that Brixton is one of the most lively parts on London. There are good and bad sides to this but once you've got to know the place, you'll realise that Brixton no longer deserves the bad PR it's had for years. A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY Brixton has existed, in one form or another, for a thousand years. In the 1800's it was an affluent area - many of the big houses built then have been split into nice flats. In the 1940's and 1950's large numbers of immigrants from the West Indies moved into the area and formed a close knit community. THE MARKET There are few better examples ... Read the complete review
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