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A recent addition to Brixton Market’s noshing opportunities, Casa Morita is run with great enthusiasm by a Mexican cook & his English wife. It’s a cheerful, chummy sort of place, with food
delivered swiftly from the open kitchen & plenty to satisfy Brixton bargain-hunters right through the day. Tacos, tortillas, tostadas, quesadillas & other taqueria staples are there in
abundance, alongside a few more substantial dishes along the lines of huevos rancheros (a brunch hit) or chicken laced with rich mole sauce. To drink, BYO booze – otherwise, opt for hibiscus water
or a bottle of Ossie’s ginger beer. You can queue at the bar for tacos & burritos to take out, & the place also sells a handy assortment of Mexican groceries.
Brixton’s Market Row undeniably spoils for choice. Playing host to Franco Manca, Salon, Seven and many other South London elites. The buzz surrounding South American food still hasn’t really died down, quite rightly Casa Morita holds it’s head high above the lesser high street alternatives by not dubbing their menu as ‘street food’ and selling small quantities of food for a wrongly inflated price (it’s pretty 2012)...
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