The south London area of Brixton is one of the most vibrant districts in the British capital and a must-visit for those wanting to explore some of the city’s multicultural richness. Brixton’s dining scene is diverse, with everything from Caribbean and Japanese restaurants to Cantonese and Portuguese eateries, all within walking distance of each other. The high number of independent restaurants and the constantly evolving food scene means that Brixton is a haven for foodies, with vibrant eateries such as Made of Dough and Duck Duck Goose particularly popular. Brixton is also famous for its impressive selection of watering holes, which include top pubs, cool bars, clubs and gig spaces offering lively evening entertainment. For more of the best things to do in Brixton read our guide here.