Japanese soul food from Masterchef winner Tim Anderson.

"Nanban means ‘southern barbarian,'a term the Japanese once used to describe Europeans, since they first arrived in Japan via the South China Seas, and they were, of course, barbaric. The term is no longer used as an epithet, but it lingers on as a descriptor for certain Japanised western dishes. Nanban Brixton explores the delicious world of Japanese food of foreign origin, with a focus on the southern island of Kyushu, where ramen, karaage, curry, and shochu reign supreme. We also take inspiration and culinary cues from Brixton Market, with its incredible selection of global ingredients and fresh produce."

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