On A Break

After 9 sold out months Beehive Place is taking a break from our space in Brixton. We'd like to thank everyone who has dined with us so far and made it so special. Email eat@beehiveplace.com or follow us on Twitter to be in the loop for what's coming up. Otherwise we are working hard behind the scenes to come back bigger and better than ever in our lovely home in Brixton in spring/early summer 2016. See you soon! PS For more exciting temporary dining extravaganzas please check our sister company Chateau Marmot at chateaumarmot.co.uk

Beehive Place

Set alongside the market and Brixton Village, Beehive Place is a new addition to Brixton’s vibrant food scene. From tasting menus that dramatically showcase the best of British produce through to a bar bursting with signature cocktails, craft beers and interesting wines. A British cookery experience like no other presented by the team behind roaming restaurant Chateau Marmot and chef Sam Hodges (St John/Soho House)

The Menu

The dining menu changes each week and exists for that weekend only, served as a five course tasting menu for a very reasonable £36. Every menu is a vivid presentation of the best textures, flavours and colours to be found from the small passionate producers across the UK, the cream of the seasonal crop. Creative, cutting edge British cooking, served with passion not pretension, where each dish creates a story about producers and place, an edible snapshot.

The menu will likely contain meat, fish and vegetarian dishes but we happily make substitutions for dietary requirements, all of which are equally yummy.

The Bar

The bar menu follows the same principles as the kitchen, a best of British showcase including a constantly rotating selection of signature cocktails using the best seasonal herbs, fruits and foraged produce to create new twists on old favourites and completely new creations. Cocktail specialists Kev Darcy and Jeff Stuit have created a full scale laboratory for shrubs, infusions, bitters and all kinds of other wonderful creations. Spirits come from craft-distillers in London and beyond and there will be a rotating selection of British beers and ales including an in-house beer from South London’s Gipsy Hill. Wines come from interesting, small production suppliers from across the world, including some exceptional British ones.

The Space

The space is a lovely old Victorian hay loft, round the corner from Brixton Market very close to the station. The decor will complement to period character and carry on the story of the food in visual form. We're also working with some very talented artists, starting with Jessica Albarn whose wonderful work can be found in our logo.

Beehive Blog

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The Kinfolk brunch: in praise of slowness

Kinfolk brunch

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No one’s really got to the bottom of how Vin Santo got its name: because the harvest's brought in on a saint’s day? Because it was a wine favoured by the Russian Orthodox Church? Some legacy of a Santorini labelling system? Well friends, we can put all that to one

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