Fish, Wings and Tings: Brixton
This cosy and vibrant restaurant sits within Brixton Village and has a patio area that creates a welcoming entrance into this arcade of restaurants and shops from around the world.
The menu encompasses food from the Caribbean, taking regional and street food and turning it into something unforgettable. The dishes are seasoned to perfection and we totally recommend buying a few small starters to share to try out the different flavours and variety of dishes.
When it comes to ‘big tings’ you will not be disappointed with their selection of Roti’s, Jerk Chicken and Curried Mutton. Fish, Wings and Tings is the perfect location to spend a summer’s evening with friends sippin’ on a Tina’s Rum Punch.
The food is so good that this popular restaurant doesn't guarantee seatingCheck out their menu here so you can get down to some good eating a lot quicker.
Cookdaily: London Fields
Moving away from their popular location within Shoreditch Boxpark, the vegan Cookdaily have now set up a permanent camp in London Fields and are ready to provide us all with some delicious and environmentally friendly vegan dishes.
Cookdaily have a huge following in London, Chef King Cook dishes up an eclectic menu ranging from English Breakfast and comforting pies to Caribbean inspired flavourings and Thai curries. Good vibes and good food make Cookdaily worth the visit. We have added the menu here for your dining pleasures.
Mr Bao: Peckham Rye
This Taiwanese restaurant based in Peckham offers the most soft, delicate and cloud like buns you have ever dreamed of sinking your teeth into. And no, that was not meant to be an innuendo. The candle lit romantic dining area takes you away from the bustling streets of Peckham, making it the perfect location for a lunch time catch up or a laid-back date night.
Mr Bao offers both a meat-based and vegan menu, whilst they also give you the option to have your meal chosen for you by their professional and trusted waiting staff. The Share section offer complimentary dishes for your Bao or if you do not under any circumstances share food then that’s ok, no one is judging you for ordering 4 sharing dishes to yourself to go alongside your Bao- you are simply just living your best life.
Check out their menu hereto make those important culinary decisions.
This family run Portuguese restaurant in South London serves fresh, home cooking that will transport you into the sunny and scenic landscapes of Portugal.
In the summer months, you can sit out on their patio for a glass of Sangria or two. Their menu has a lot of choices that includes an extensive list of salads, meat and fish dishes whilst starters such as smoked ham and melon, Octopus salad or chargrilled chorizo will have you eagerly waiting for your next course.
Book a table in advance to avoid disappointment. For their menu and more information about this beautiful traditional restaurant visit their website here.