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Carribean flavour served up with unique cocktails and cuisine in this intimate dining spot. Featuring 3-adjoining rooms and a daily happy hour from 5-7pm. 1-minute from Camden Town station makes this restaurant popular with locals as well as the many visitors to Camden.
Gordon Ramsay venture managed by executive chef Angela Hartnett. Serving modern British fare with an Italian twist, the restaurant features an outside dinig area as well as a bar and 10-room boutique hotel. High-end cuisine matched, paired with hand-picked wines.
Opened to a fanfare of celebrity and media attention, the owners of this 2-storey restaurant and night club spent over £5 million on the interiror furnishings which are South African themed. African Zulu statues and Princesses adorn the walls while authentic South African dishes are served.
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Côte is an all-day brasserie with an extensive menu, including a large variety of gluten free dishes – serving regional specialities, as well as internationally renowned French classics, these include Onion soup, Escargots de Bourgogne and Gougère. The restaurant It is easy to find, even if you are not familiar with the area, located only […]
The Blues Kitchen in Camden is a blues bar that has a hell of a soul food menu. Nestled on the high street corner behind the Old Queen’s Head pub and the Westbury pub, The Blues Kitchen is becoming the best hang out if you want good music, good food, and excellent service. There are […]
Masala Zone is a chain of restaurants owned by the MW Eat Group, the group that also owns and operates Amaya, Masala Grill, Chutney Mary and Veeraswamy restaurants in London. While these offer fine dining, Masala Zone is a chain of informal dining restaurants. Apart from Masala Zone in Camden, Massala Zone restaurants are located […]