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About Kata Kata

Kata Kata originates from the Cameroonian dialect of Douala, meaning to be creative in overcoming challenges in the face of difficulty. This is what KataKata represents, our culture and character all stem from this mindset, even down to our furniture, people donate and we give second-hand items new life. A healthy meal doesn’t need to break your bank account, it’s about being efficient and creative with the resources you have, this is KataKata. 

“A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier”

We champion a peaceful space for people of all backgrounds and faith. We love open discussion and celebrating different cultures by having an inclusive home for the world. Even our Vegan menu is purposely made to include everyone as no one can say they can’t eat a vegan dish!

“There are two blessings which many people waste: health and free time.”

The body is a reflection of your diet and mind state, pardon the cliché but you are what you eat, so pay attention. A vegetarian/vegan diet provides you with a new lease of life with many health benefits perhaps you may not know yet – Such as a lowered risk of cancer, diabetes, hypertension and cholesterol. Studies also suggest that vegetarians have a long-life expectancy.  Our Gallettes & Crepes are all made from buckwheat making them a lovely Gluten Free dish for our health-conscious people. We support any healthy lifestyle and ambition, ultimately health is wealth. Don’t eat what your grandparents didn’t eat.

“Attract what you expect. Reflect what you desire. Become what you respect. Mirror what you admire”

Here at KataKata we pride ourselves with honest pricing and transparency. Our chefs prepare dishes live and fresh which can be seen as customers breathe in the saliva-inducing aroma. Whoever steps into our setting feels at home and at peace, with smooth music in the background and warm staff members who are always up for a chat. We love music and good vibes as well as art, it’s all about expression for Us...

From the Press

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Nikki Griffiths, food blogger - Brixton Blog

“Let’s start out with the happiest looking juice around – the apple, carrot, beetroot and ginger juice. It’s as good as any around and the vibrant colour will make you smile. I wouldn’t order the organic English tea again..”

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Grace Banks - The New York Times

“Kata Kata’s customers range from students to musicians, all vying for tables and vegan buckwheat pancakes with fillings with names such as Veggie Lovers and Caribbean Twist.”

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Ever Ramirez - Zomato UK

“Have visited this restaurant five times and enjoyed eating there every time.The healthy crepes they sell are delicious, the service is good and the atmosphere is great. You might find one day looking at a painting exhibition or upcoming poets reciting their poems, was impressed to know they support art as well as providing such a good healthy food. Their beer is local, taste great, called Brixton beer.”

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“Chilled vibe, friendly service and delicious food. Everyone will love it but its a great option for diners needing gluten free or vegan choices. And try the fresh juices! Mmm!”

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