Pop could be best described as a dizzying concoction of international street food kitchens who’ve set up shop in old shipping containers, with a community garden, a yoga studio, performance space, a few handmade and vintage clothing shops and a specialist Japanese knife shop thrown in for good measure. Get festive and spend an evening sipping delicious cocktails or local gins, eating your way around the world dish by dish. Pop is much more than a street food market, it’s a community landmark which has become the heart and soul of the area, but that’s not to say the food isn’t incredible. With Ghanian stews, Jamaican jerk, Japanese gyoza and a kitchen that will whisk you away to the Alps with it’s ridiculously indulgent wheel of melting raclette cheese, you’ll want to stay all night just to taste everything. Always with a good vibe, this place is a microcosm of what Brixton has to offer.