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15 of the best places to eat in Camden

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15 of the best places to eat in Camden

Most people associate Camden Town in North London with the famous Camden Market, London Zoo and Regents Canal, but did you know it has some of the best restaurants in London too? ...

Most people associate Camden Town in North London with the famous Camden Market, London Zoo and Regents Canal, but did you know it has some of the best restaurants in London too?In this post, we’ll take a look at all the best places to eat in Camden, from posh burgers on the Camden Lock and Argentinian steaks on Camden High Street to award-winning ice cream made with liquid nitrogen! Click on the restaurant names to go to the websites!Like the sound of Camden? Check out our ultimate guide to Camden Town for more tips on what to see and where to go in this cool borough.

Chin Chin Laboratorists 

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Chin Chin Laboratorists best restaurants in Camden

Forget having a Mr Whippy on a warm summer’s day – Chin Chin Labs in Camden have started an ice cream revolution with their science-themed ice parlour, where hungry visitors can watch their delicious dessert being created in front of their eyes using liquid nitrogen. The Lab offers new weird and wonderful flavours every week along with constant classics, and previous flavours have included beer butter caramel, Valrhona chocolate, coal-smoked satsuma, coconut marshmallow and fig jam doughnut.Address: 49-50 Camden Lock Place, London, NW1 8AF, UKPhone: 07885 604284

Haché

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Hache best restaurants in Camden

We like the burgers at Haché so much we included the chain on our list of the best burgers in London, and the Camden branch is no exception. They specialise in deluxe burgers with options like rosemary lamb and aromatic duck served in fresh ciabatta rolls or brioche buns. Save room for some sides too – we recommend the sweet potato fries and the onion rings!Address: 24 Inverness Street, Camden Town, Greater London NW1 7HJPhone: 020 7485 9100

Bintang

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Bintang best restaurants in Camden

Not only is Bintang a fab, relaxed restaurant, it’s also a brilliant option for groups of friends on a tight budget, as they have a BYOB policy with only £3 for corkage. The Pan-Asian menu is full of dishes like katsu goujon curry, lamb rendang, crispy duck, pad thai and of course bintang, so there’s something for everyone.Address: 93 Kentish Town Road, London NW1 8NYPhone: 020 7267 2197

York & Albany

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York and Albany best restaurants in Camden

Run by the Gordon Ramsay group, York and Albany is an upmarket dining spot perfect for a special occasion. The seasonal menu features classic British dishes such as Cornish cod, roasted plaice, venison haunch and partridge, along with an extensive wine list. On Tuesday evenings they have live music, and there’s a bar snack menu featuring wood stone baked pizzas, truffle chips, olives and artisan breads too.Address: 127-129 Parkway, London NW1 7PSPhone: 020 7387 5700

Q Grill 

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Q Grill

Camden has smartened up since the smokey, sooty days when the railway first arrived here, but if you like your food with some charcoal flavour, look no further than Q Grill. They specialise in serving locally sourced meat and fish cooked over a charcoal grill pit and in-house smoker, with moreish dishes such as beef ribs, buttermilk chicken and baked macaroni pie. The comfy leather banquettes and sharing boards makes it a great spot for groups, and they do a great weekend brunch too.Address: 29 – 33 Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AJPhone: 020 7267 2678

Honest Burgers

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Honest Burgers best restaurants in Camden

Popular upmarket burger chain Honest Burgers also made it into our best burgers in London list for their simple, high quality fare. Located on Camden Lock with a great outdoor seating area, the concise menu offers the option of either free range chicken, beef from the Ginger Pig or market vegetables topped with additions such as red onion relish, smoked bacon, stilton cheese and a range of sauces.
Address: Unit 34A, 54-56 Camden Lock Place, London NW1 8AF

Côte

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Cote best restaurants in Camden

This classic Parisian bistro is known for serving failsafe French classics at a great price. The decor is chic and understated, the menu is packed with high-quality warming dishes such as steak frites, fish parmentier, and moules mariniéres, and the desserts are utterly delicious – think creme brûlée, chocolate pots and iced berries with melted chocolate.Address: 32 Parkway, London NW1 7AHPhone: 020 7482 0527

Rossopomodoro

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Rossopomodoro best restaurants in Camden

If you’re out in Camden and the craving hits for a proper Italian pizza, head straight to Rossopomodoro on Jamestown Road. They’re so dedicated to bringing proper Neapolitan pizza to London that they import all their ingredients from Italy, and you can certainly taste it in the wood fired pizzas, tasty pasta dishes, mozzarella bruschettas and gourmet salads.Address: 10 Jamestown Road, London, NW1 7BYPhone: 020 7424 9900

La Patagonia

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La Patagonia best restaurants in Camden

An Argentinian barrio-style restaurant with a cosy, rustic interior, La Patagonia dispels the myth that Argentinian spots are only for hardcore carnivores. While they do serve great steaks and escalopes, there’s also a range of empanadas, seafood, filled pastas and vegetarian dishes on the menu, along with a wide range of Argentinian wine.Address: 31 Camden High Street, London NW1 7JEPhone: 020 7388 9861

Poppies 

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Poppies best restaurants in Camden

Following on from the wildly successful Poppies in Shoreditch, Poppies Camden opened a few years ago providing locals with proper East End-style fish n’ chips to eat in or take away. The decor is retro, with memorabilia on the walls and a jukebox in the corner, and the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. We recommend coming in on a Friday night for some live music to accompany your crispy battered cod, crunchy chips and perfectly mushy peas.Address: 30 Hawley Crescent, London NW1 8NPPhone: 020 7267 0440

Spread Eagle

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Spread Eagle Edinboro Castle

There’s nothing like a great gastropub for a hearty meal, and Spread Eagle on Albert Street always delivers. Voted one of the best pubs in London, Spread Eagle has a menu full of classic British dishes like slow braised lamb hotpot, wild mushroom risotto, roasted pork belly and a great fish finger sandwich. They also do a mean Sunday roast!Address: 141 Albert Street, London NW1 7NBPhone: 020 7267 1410

Edinboro Castle

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Edinboro Castle best restaurants in Camden

The Edinboro Castle is another great gastropub in Camden, and it’s especially lovely in the summer due to their large beer garden. They serve classic pub including fish and chips, sausage and mash, posh mushrooms on toast, sandwiches and chunky winter shops. The puddings are particularly decadent – look out for the chocolate praline profiteroles and the salted caramel cheesecake.Address: 57 Mornington Terrace, London NW1 7RUPhone: 020 7255 9651

Market

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Market best restaurants in Camden

As you might have guessed from the name, Market has a wholesome, sustainable approach to cooking and supplies and serves delicious fresh food to hungry Londoners. While a little more expensive than a number of Camden restaurants, the high quality of the ingredients is obvious in the food, which includes starters of fig, burrata and honey salad and Colchester rock oysters, mains of Devon duck breast, onglet with fries and aioli and guinea fowl, and a cheeseboard supplied by Neal’s Yard Cheeses.Address: 43 Parkway, London NW1 7PNPhone: 020 7267 9700Looking to rent in London? Download our app!

Blues Kitchen

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Blues Kitchen best restaurants in Camden

Blues Kitchen on Camden High Street transports you straight to the Deep South with American diner dishes and New Orleans Soul Food. Expect short beef ribs, gumbo, burgers, pulled pork and cornbread on the menu, live blues music every night of the week and over 80 different types of Bourbon.
Address: 111-113 Camden High Street, London NW1 7JN

Michael Nadra 

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Michael Nadra best restaurants in Camden

It’s just a few minutes walk along the canal from Camden Lock, but Michael Nadra feels like a world away from the hustle and bustle of Camden. This elegant European restaurant features exposed brick walls and a beautiful conservatory so you can enjoy dishes such as tuna tartare, sautéed foie gras and saffron tagliolini in any weather. Make sure you give the martini bar a try for a pre-dinner drink too.
Address: 42 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 8JD

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Hello! I'm Cat Byers, one of Movebubble's resident experts and researchers, alongside my work as a freelance writer, photographer and food stylist. My work keeps me up to date on the best new food events and openings in London, so I love to write about new pop-ups and places to go out! I also write London area guides, advice and information for renters.

Comments ( 3 )

  1. ReplyTristan
    Thanks for these! Will recommend a few to my work colleagues!
    • Freddie fforde
      Great thanks Tristan! Good luck in your search, and don't forget to download the Movebubble app to help organise your search and viewings.
  2. Bintang as featured in TimeOut magazine | bintangrestaurant.co.uk
    […] is a quirky artistic Pan-Asian restaurant no further than a 6 minute walk from Camden Town station. Open seven days a week from 11am to […]

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