Local Streatham Foodies we’re shouting about
Since opening our studio doors on Streatham High Road at the start of 2019, we’ve had so much fun discovering our new neighbourhood and can’t get enough of the incredible independent foodie businesses we’re surrounded by.
Here are some of our faves…
Vegan cafe, juice bar and co-working space, we love the chilled out atmosphere and sense of community you get when you walk through Tribe’s doors. They’ve got private and shared desk spaces, bookable high-tech conference rooms and of course, yummy food and treats on offer to get you through the day.
One of our lockdown discoveries, Bunhead Bakes delivers the most delicious sourdough buns, cookies and bagels direct to your doorstep every Monday and Friday! Not only is Bunhead Bakes great for when you have those sweet tooth cravings (hello, sourdough cinnamon bun!) but they also make fab treats to bring to socially-distanced picnics and garden hangouts to enjoy with friends and fam.
The Inkspot Brewery
Sheltered within the historical Streatham Rookery sits the Inkspot Brewery. Set up by two friends with a passion for great beer, they embarked on a four year project to build a brewery within the Grade II listed gardens and well, they have certainly delivered! Grab a can or two for the picnic basket and enjoy on a sunny day.
Get Juiced Bar
Get Juiced serve the most delish cold press juices, salads, vegan cakes and juice cleanses made to order from their shop in Tooting Market. Their ethos is to ensure all Get Juiced products are revitalising, healthy and most importantly TASTY, while bringing accessible nutritional health awareness to the local community. We can’t stop staring (drooling) at all the brightly coloured treats on offer!
Lento Of London
Calling all cheese lovers! Lento of London have the most incredible range of Zero Waste cheeses so you can enjoy a scrummy cheese board AND be sustainable! Passionate about Italian food and wine, they source from small-scale artisan producers who share a similar belief that food and wine should be produced responsibly, without mass mechanical intervention, keeping traditional methods alive and supporting the local community and environment. What’s not to love?