43, Tulse Hill, Brixton

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43, 43 Tulse Hill, Brixton
London  SW2 2TJ
+44 (0) 20 8674 7366
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Hootananny is in Effra Road, less than ¼ mile from 43, and provides real ale, live music, outside seating, sports events on the TV, vegetarian dishes, air conditioning and serves food

Mango Landin' is at 40 St. Matthew's Road, less than ¼ mile away. It provides outside seating, a wine bar, vegetarian dishes, a food menu, cocktails, seating area

The Prince Regent is in Dulwich Road, about ⅓ mile from 43. The Prince Regent is a traditional English pub with outdoor seating. It has a large screen for televising sporting events and it serves pub style food.

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Local restaurants

Brazas is an expensive Portuguese restaurant in Tulse Hill, less than ¼ mile from 43, and provides vegetarian dishes and air conditioning

Khan's Restaurant is a cheap Indian restaurant at 24 Brixton Water Lane, less than ¼ mile away. Khan's Restaurant serves a variety of Tandoori and Indian dishes throughout the day. A takeaway menu is also available.

Montego Inn is a Caribbean restaurant in Brixton Water Lane, less than ¼ mile from 43, and provides air conditioning, bar and sells vegetarian dishes

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