Hackers in Norbury has been a popular place to enjoy drinking and dancing with friends for five years, writes Nick Rutherford.

But now owner Lloyd Hibbert is adding enjoyment for customers by offering food for the first time.

From noon until 10.30pm from Tuesday to Sunday you can enjoy a mix of Caribbean and European food - so if you fancy West Indian jerk chicken or goat curry with rice and peas or just plain old fish and chips, Hackers should appeal to you.

Prices are reasonable too - all under £10. British fare like pie and chips and salads start at £3.50 and West Indian food is around £6.

Anyone booking for a group of six or more will immediately be given a bottle of house wine on arrival.

After you have eaten, you might fancy a dance - Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are party nights at Hackers.

On Fridays, DJs are on rotation from various radio stations and broadcast from the venue.

With a capacity for 150, Hackers can still be called cosy and is available for private hire for weddings, christenings and parties.


1166 London Road,
Norbury SW16 4DP

Tel: 020 8679 9347