More about Upstairs Restaurant
A foodie haven boasting Michelin-rated status, Upstairs Restaurant offers modern Anglo French cuisine. Set over 2 floors, the quirky yet homely dining rooms are the bijoux background to a culinary tour de force.
Originally trained in the Lake District, Chef Martin Reynolds showcases skills honed in London and Rome, most recently heading the kitchen at Michelin-starred Seven Park Place by William Drabble, before bringing his expertise to Upstairs Brixton. Changing on a 3-week basis according to the best available produce, inspired Upstairs menu dishes include cod with black cabbage and smoked garlic, or pork with quinoa and grapes. A tasting menu is also available
in the week for a longer foray into the kitchen flavours.
The wine list will appeal to savvy wine buffs and amateurs alike, with an accomplished stock of international bottles served alongside covetable vintages. Further indulgences include innovative dessert creations, like milk chocolate parfait with zesty orange.
Starting life as a derelict Brixton flat, Upstairs Restaurant London has emerged as one of the city’s most talked-about gourmet destinations. Brixton Tube Station is an 8-minute walk away.