New restaurant openings at Brixton Village


Brixton Village is pleased to announce an exciting line-up of new restaurant launches throughout the summer, just in time for the lifting of restrictions. From a new pizzeria to Brixton Village’s first sushi restaurant, a new artisan deli & wine store and a patisserie dedicated to cheesecakes, the marketplace continues to be South London’s most innovative and varied dining destination.


Recently Opened


Baz & Fred opened their second London pizzeria, in the heart of bustling Brixton Village in Summer 2021. This new pizza spot delivers some of the finest pizza outside Italy, served whole or by the slice.

Baz & Fred fitted out the interiors in their rustic style, with space for 18 seats inside and 26 seats outside, open kitchen and plenty of exposed woodwork.

Co-Founders Baz Henriques and Fred Hicks say “it has been a lifelong ambition of ours to open a pizzeria in Brixton Village. Opening in this iconic spot has finally become a reality! We love slinging our pizzas and becoming part of the community”.

Championing the art of the perfect pizza with 10 years of experience under their belt, Baz & Fred started out with festivals and weddings across the country and have evolved into a top pizza brand with a permanent site in Flat Iron Square. More recently, they opened the award-winning pizza pub, The Stump and their sister pub, The New Inn in the Cotswolds, which have both become institutions in their own right.

71-72 Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, SW9 8PS



In July, TEMAKI launched in Brixton Village’s Market Row, with a menu that focuses on its Japanese namesake – Te (hand), Maki (roll). Set in the heart of Brixton’s buzzing market, the menu is overseen by Executive Chef and Japanese rice specialist, Shaulan Steenson, with his meticulously prepared red Uruchimai rice at the core of each handroll, taken from Steenson’s years of experience at Japan’s most revered sushi institutes.

The lively, intimate handroll bar features paired-back oak interiors and industrial concrete flooring focussed around a central communal chef’s counter, set low and flat with nothing to divide the chefs and their guests. The chefs wrap fresh cuts of the finest sushi grade fish – from tuna to ‘Unagi’ eel and marinated salmon – in Steenson’s signature vinegared red rice and a crisp piece of seaweed, handing it directly to guests across the counter so the spectacle of the chef’s work can take centre stage.

Alongside TEMAKI’s signature selection of traditional handroll combinations, including White and brown crabmeat, egg yolk and white soy; Tuna, fresh wasabi and Nikiri soy; and ‘Unagi’ eel, with its own sauce, cucumber, wasabi; the menu also features a regularly rotating special, including Lobster with a bisque and seared Wagyu beef. A modern interpretation of a traditional handroll bar, the menu also offers a concise selection of small plates to accompany the handrolls, such as Toro sashimi with smoked salt and buckwheat and Salmon skin crisps with chilli and salt, the perfect accompaniment to a few cocktails at the counter bar.

12 Market Row, Brixton Village, SW9 8LB


Le Brixton Deli


Situated on the corner of Fourth Avenue in Granville Arcade is Le Brixton Deli, from the team behind Borough Market’s The French comte. Specialising in produce from the Franche-Comté region near the Swiss border in France, and with a passion for food, wine and the artisan traditions of this region, Le Brixton Deli offers the best in baked goods, cheese and charcuterie. Early risers can swoop in to grab a morning coffee, or a croissant from their viennoiserie selection, whilst those coming at lunch can create their own sandwich filled with meats and cheese of their choosing, taking their pick from Le Brixton Deli’s counter. Cheeses from the counter include; Mont d’Or/Vacherin, Morbier and Raclette, as well as unknown treasures like Bleu de Gex, Saint Vernier or Val de Loue; with the charcuterie selection including and-made saucissons de montagne, slow-smoked meats and cured hams.

As evening draws in, guests can come enjoy a platter of top quality meats and cheese sourced from France and beyond, once again made up of their choosing, served alongside a beverage from the extensive wine and craft beer selection.

66 Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, SW9 8PR

Soon to Launch



Whipped is an independent dessert concept from London launching this Summer in Brixton Village. The founders, Alice and Jamie, have reinvented the cheesecake with a unique range of cheesecake desserts from baked, chilled and frozen to cheesecake stuffed cookies.

Alice is a Michelin trained chef with 15 years of high end patisserie experience and throughout her career she has learnt techniques and flavour combinations which have all helped build Whipped from an idea to a functioning concept.

Visitors can expect to feast on cakes including Wild blueberry crumble, Dulce de leche cookie dough, Roasted peanut Banoffee pie, 7 sins chocolate cheesecake and fresh mango, lime and toasted coconut as well as decadent milkshakes, giant freshly baked cookies (which are cooked throughout the day) and cheesecake gelato.

65 Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, SW9 8PS



Danclair’s will be the new opening from Brian Danclair, founder of much loved Brixton Village stalwart Fish, Wings & Tings. Representing a next step for Brian and inspired by the hospitality of his grandmother Valentina, Danclair’s will serve family dishes in a homely and welcoming environment. Upon entering the space, guests will be met with a vast mural of Brian’s beloved grandmother, and a long sharing table at the centre of the restaurant, allowing for a convivial dining experience. Finishing touches to the restaurant include a selection of bright flowers hung from the ceiling, hand crafted leather seating, and accents of green and pink throughout.

The menu at Danclair’s will draw inspiration from across the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe, with dishes including BBQ Pork Ribs, empanadas with raisins and olives, marinated grilled King prawns with tamarind sauce, and a weekend brunch.

67-68 Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, SW9 8PS



This late August, Deano Moncrieffe and Emma Murphy of the award-winning Dalston agaveria, Hacha, will open their second site in the vibrant and bustling Brixton Village. The new venue will have familiar touches from the original but with a larger capacity set across two floors; featuring a 50-cover bar and open kitchen set above the market plus a beautiful ground floor Mirror Margarita bottle shop – Hacha’s award winning signature cocktail.

Promising to be more than just a bar, the venue will be closed once a week to run a free to all community day offering training, mentorship, talks, practical workshops and more in partnership with Deano’s not for profit organisation Equal Measures which provides tools for growth to under-represented BAME communities within the hospitality industry. Attendees will have free access to upskill, learn more about all areas of hospitality and gain vital skills and experience to give them greater chances of elevating their careers within the drinks industry.

Fuelled by Deano and Emma’s long-standing ambitions to bring agave-based spirits to a larger audience the bar will once again feature The Agave List; a rotating menu of 25 varied Tequilas, Mezcals and lesser-known agave spirits which can be enjoyed solo or in tasting flights and are each paired with a unique flavour enhancer to bring the individual flavour profiles of each spirit.

Working with their longstanding and much loved kitchen partners, Maiz Azul, Hacha Brixton will feature a number of the popular classic dishes we know and love from Dalston such as their Camote Tacos, Chicken Tinga and epic bar snack Cheese Chicharon but with a selection of brand new dishes specially created for the Brixton venue.

14 Market Row (bottle shop), 12 First Floor Market Row, Brixton Village, SW9 8LD