Minutes away from the bustling and eclectic street market that defines Brixton, a few steps away from Coldharbour Lane lies a taste of Jamaica; Three Little Birds. A café and boutique by day and a rum bar by night, this cosy and stylish establishment has sought to replicate the island life of Jamaica through an inviting menu of classic recipes washed down with Jamaican rum cocktails and locally designed merchandise hanging beside an interior that fuses elements often found in the countryside’s of Jamaica.
The perfect spot for an informal catch up with friends or an intimate dinner with a loved one not forgetting a bookworm’s escape haven, Three Little Birds has paid attention to every detail, ensuring that Jamaica is represented in every way possible to give visitors the true escape of the Caribbean. From the traditional fabric sourced from Jamaica, to the three little birds adorning each lantern, the rope ceiling and bamboo backdrop, this gem of a place pulsating with the vibe of Jamaica is possibly the coolest place to be in South London.
What’s the draw: It has a vibe that you just cannot resist. With great emphasis on décor and bright colours that remind us of the dynamic Jamaican culture this inviting space, serving local food and great service from the owner; former Miss Jamaica Universe, April Jackson who often serves as front of house staff, is enough to draw you back for seconds.
What to drink afterwards: Once you have worked your way through the brunch menu and sampled the night nibbles, (we opted for the Stamp & Go and Highway 2000) why not try the signature drink, the Three Little Birds cocktail followed by an Aloe Vera infused delight; I Shot The Sheriff?
When is the best time to go: It is a taste of Jamaica in London after all and what a better time to stop and be lost in the jewel that is Jamrock, than at any time of the day? Open 7 days a week and serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner pop in for a bite and enjoy the best of Jamaica in the heart of Brixton.
For bookings visit: www.threelittlebirdsja.com