I still need to go – it’s only 20mins from home!
53 Electric Avenue, Brixton, London SW2 1EH
- Brixton Tube Station (0.4 km)
- Clapham North Tube Station (1.4 km)
- Brixton Station (0.3 km)
- Loughborough Junction Station (0.8 km)
- Contact us:
020 7926 2530
- Opening hours:
Mon - Tue, Thu - Sat: 8:00 - 18:00
Wed: 8:00 - 15:00
53 reviews of Brixton Market in English
Ho Chi Mi...
It's changed sooo much in the 3 years I've lived darn sarf and every time I go back I find a new little coffee shop or restaurant in the village.
In the main market the veggies are an absolute STEAL - £1 for 6 peppers, get in! (they're 3 for nearly £2 at the Sainsburys round the corner)
Indian, Caribbean, Thai, Chinese etc etc - every time I wander round I get new inspiration for my culinary skills.
Brixton Market is my favourite place on a Sunday, I wander round for about an hour picking up bits and bobs
1 - Packet herbs & spices - don't pay supermarket prices, buy 5 times the amount for half the price
2 - Thai / Chinese supermarket - amazing for authentic cooking
3 - £1 bowls - bargainous
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bexb-d, 19 October 2012:
I bought tomatoes, they were fresh and delicious, and price was cheap, but I'm not too sure it is worth it if you're not from around.
I love being a tourist without having to board a plane, and there is so much to explore here. And noone seems to mind yet another person pointing a camera - during the afternoon I spent here, I spotted two film camera crews, one following us around and listening to us gushing about how beautiful it all is.
The market halls have always been here, and I like the fact that they have not been renovated to death. The charme of the new places is that they make do with the space available; exposed pipes and brickwork, flaking paint and faded flags galore.
Everything just looks and smells beautifully (well, apart from the fish ...), and the prices are very reasonable considering the high quality and trendiness of what's on offer. Most of the bar spaces are tiny and very intimiate and spill out into the avenues - al fresco dining even when it's pouring down with rain! Some true streetfood, too, and I loved my mini taco for just £1!
I was almost hesitant to write this review as there has been a bit of a hype already - fingers crossed, time will now stand still for a while and the magic not be spoilt by overdevelopment.
Brixton market is a great place within a great place, Your always gonna find or see something you didnt expect. Its just off the highstreet by the recreation centre. Plenty of stools and more yard food shops than any other market I know of, So jerk chicken all day long! It also has regular shop’s on the side. Friut,veg and any other “HERBS” you need to build up that stamina…WINK WINK……..
There are only benefits to be had by visiting BRIXTON MARKET.
Truly multicultural with a harmony that puts the United Nations to shame.
If you are a regular the bargains to be had are many.
Even in these tough economic times you cannot get poorer by shopping in the market.
What more can I say!
No more having to bone your meat or fillet your fish – that is all done for you
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