Dishing up genuinely local produce in bijou, quirky surroundings, this labour of love is symbolic of the regeneration of Brixton Village market. The cute interior – complete with sage-green wood panelling & communal tables – has jams from local allotments & home-baked breads on its shelves. Starting life as a deli, Cornercopia has grown into a fully-fledged restaurant, with the husband & wife team behind it sourcing ingredients from the markets & small producers around Brixton, & sending out seasonal, good-value food from their open kitchen. The pithy menu lists the likes of spiced Dorset crab tart with apple & fennel; whole roast Cornish plaice with caper butter; & raspberry frangipane tart with clotted cream. The carefully selected drinks list includes English white wine & fizz, & ale from Bermondsey’s Kernel microbrewery.
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