Brixton Cornercopia

65 Brixton Village Market, Coldharbour Lane , London, SW9 8PS

1 reviews

Cafes Stockwell

SquareMeal Review of Brixton Cornercopia

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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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Brixton Tube Station 276m

Brixton Station 305m


Address: 65 Brixton Village Market, Coldharbour Lane , London SW9 8PS

Area: Stockwell

Opening times

Wed-Sat 12N-2.45pm 6.30-10.30pm Sun 11am-2pm

Nearby Landmarks

Ritzy Cinema 256m

The Brixton Academy 430m


Telephone: 079 1954 2233


Cuisine: Cafes


Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

W&B 07 January 2014

Sunday Lunch. It begain with beer. Honey Beer to be exact. We ate creamy goats curd on a bed of bright beetroots sprinkled in hazelnuts and rich pork and pistachio terrine with cornichons smeared onto slabs of sourdough. The main event was the 12 hour pork shoulder with roast potatoes, baked leeks and purple heritage carrots doused in cider gravy followed by sticky date pudding with salted caramel sauce. Another Brixton triumph. Drop by for a cocktail, local beer or cider and delicious seasonal grub. They also have a great little shop selling beautiful interior and kitchenware, cookbooks, falcon dishes, beeswax candles and textiles and cards made by local designers.