The buzz around Brixton Village (and neighbouring Market Row) has begun to reach deafening levels. Once little more than a collection of market stalls, the space has been turned into a haven for foodies, offering up just about every cuisine your heart could desire. Some establishments, such as Neapolitan pizza specialists Franco Manca and fantastically successful burger joint Honest Burgers, have already reached stellar status and almost always have long lines of devoted dinners waiting at their doors, while other hole-in-the-wall cafes and restaurants cater across a wide variety of culinary bases. Sample traditional Pakistani street food at Elephant and authentic Thai dishes at KaoSarn or opt for Japanese pancakes (or Okonomiyaki) at Okan, pulled pork and beef ribs at Bukowski or elegant charcuterie and cheese boards upstairs at Cannon & Cannon. And if you’re after something a little lighter, there’s an endless array of cafes to try out, a couple of the best being Federation Coffee and pocket-sized Rosie’s, as well as fantastic cocktails and tapas courtesy of Seven at Brixton. Quite honestly the quality is so good here you could stumble into any restaurant with a spare chair and be guaranteed a great meal with a wallet-friendly price tag.