Three Little Birds is a restaurant that pays tribute to the musical legend of Bob Marley, with a Jamaican-inspired menu and an all-Jamaican rum bar. From their location on Coldharbour Lane – the centre of the British Caribbean community in Brixton – they are open from 9am Wednesday to Saturday, from 5pm Mondays and Tuesdays and from 11am on Sunday for a fabulous breakfast. Enjoy lunch and dinner featuring fresh patties, tropical fruit smoothies, bammy and any number of jerk-spiced specialities.
Might try for breakfast but in the evening the music was way too loud,
For our first dinner on our London vacation we found Three Little Birds. We were warmly greeted and had April (owner) help us with our dinner selection. We had an amazing dinner here and would gladly recommend it to others, casual and 5 stars for sure!
Tasty food and cocktails! Attentive staff and nice relaxed attentive
Don’t worry bout a thing, cos every little thing gonna be alright...at least it will if you rock down to Electric Avenue, or more accurately, around the corner from there on Coldharbour Lane in the Concrete Jungle of South London. Three Little Birds in Brixton is a Jamaican meal worth singing about. Wake up this morning, smile with the rising sun and head for breakfast: they do cornmeal porridge and hard dough bread with Guava jelly (with Jam-in’, if you will), or Lively Up Yourself for a lunchtime bammy and beans.
They’re open all year round at Three Little Birds on Coldharbour Lane in London’s Brixton, so whether the Sun is Shining (and the weather is sweet) or they’ve Turned the Lights Down Low in winter, you know you can find One Drop of rum and an ital feed. Get up, Stand up early in the morning for their brunch, No Woman, No Cry at the heat of the jerk-spiced pork wrap at midday or just Smile - Jamaica provides all the rum in their cocktails, so drink deep into the night. Is This Love that we’re feeling? We think so.