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drunken monks

 

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The Camden Kitchen is in fact one of Camden’s oldest favourites for eating out. Formerly Ruby In The Dust, ‘The Kitchen’ continues to offer a great selection of dishes from the famous ‘kitchen breakfast’ right through to dinner, where you can finish off your meal with out equally famous, home-made banoffi pie. Set in a funky, relaxed atmosphere, you could easily forget that you’re on Camden High Street. With drinks or coktial offers on seven nights a week, the Camden Kitchen still proves to be a great night out whether with friends or a candlelit dinner for two. And at an average of £12 per head with wine - great value also! Open Mon-Fri 11am-11pm, Sat-Sun 10am-11pm. Camden Kitchen, 102 Camden High Street, NW1. Tel: 020 7284 2744.
Map ref: F17
 

London’s original Moule House and award winning Belgian restaurant is the place for moules, frites and beers. However, Belgo is not just about mussels, as carnivores can delight in an assiette de charcuterie followed by wild boar & chimay sausages with Belgian mash or a fillet steak with trappist beer jus. Those in the mood for something a bit lighter might try the king prawns wrapped in Parma ham with clams, or peppered tuna steak with roast artichokes and salsa verdi. All served by a waiter, kitted out in a monk habit and a friendly smile, who will be able to recommend a beer with every dish you order from an array of 101 Belgian beers. Opening times: Mon-Fri 12-3pm, 6-11:30pm, Sat 12-11:30, Sun 12-10:30. Belgo Noord, 72 Chalk Farm Rd, London, NW1. To book a table or to find out about their special promotions call 020 7267 0718.
Map ref:E3

 

El Parador has been bringing a touch a Spanish authenticity to Camden for fifteen years now. Even the décor at the Mornington Crescent restaurant is truly Iberian with crisp white tablecloths, blue walls and a tiled bar. The beautiful courtyard at the back cascades with flowers - perfect for lunch on a sunny day. There’s a large selection of Spanish wines and the mouth-watering tapas selection comes in generous portions and is reasonably priced. Expect to pay around £20 a head. El Parador’s attractive function room – featuring a stunning and huge stained glass window - is also for hire. Opening times. Mon – Thurs: Noon – 3pm/ 6pm – 11pm. Fri: Noon – 3pm/ 6pm – 11pm. Sat: 6pm – 11.30pm. Sun: 7pm – 10.30pm. El Paradour, 245 Eversholt Street, London NW1 1BA. Tel: 020 7387 2789
Map ref: D19


something for everyone

 

thai feast

Bar Uno

Bar Uno is based in Inverness Street and has a reputation for fantastic cocktails. Open from 9am seven days a week it is great for anything from an English breakfast or cocktails during happy hour between 5-7pm. The kitchen is overseen by top chef Jimmy whose 35 year’s experience shows in the delicious menu including chicken jambalaya, taquitos, thai fish cakes and more. Ring to book a table or for private hire. DJs spin till late Friday and Saturday nights. Opening times: Sun- Thurs 9am to midnight. Fri-Sat 9am - 1am. Bar Uno: 4 Inverness Street, NW1. Tel: 020 7428 0546.
Map ref: E12

 

gilgameshGilgamesh

Gilgamesh is the biggest restaurant in London and is really something to behold - intricately carved Thai figures are everywhere, It has an open kitchen, a 40 feet high ceiling with a retractable roof and floor to ceiling glass windows. Run by celebrity chef Ian Pengelly, the restaurant boasts a really delicious pan-asian menu: starters such as Asian King Crab Hand Rolls are followed by main courses such as Duck and Watermelon Salad. All washed down by a selection of 130 different kinds of Sake. Prcies are around £35/45 per head for dinner. Regular DJs and other acts.
Opening times: 6pm to midnight on weekdays. 12 noon to midnight on weekends. Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH. Tel: 020 7482 5757
Map ref: D6


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Silks and SpiceSilks and Spice

Just over the road from the Stables Market but a world away from all the hustle and bustle....A cool, calm interior features a bar area with leather sofas to hang out on sipping cocktails or coffee. The restaurant features cuisine from Thailand and Malaysia. Starters range from traditional favourites like Satay to the more unusual Udang Sarong - king prawn wrapped in pastry with sweet chilli sauce. Try one of the great selection of stir fries as a main course. This place is a much-loved Camden landmark that closed down for a couple of years but is now back and better than ever.
Silks And Spice: 28 Chalk Farm Road , London NW1 8AG. Tel: 0871 2000 999
Opening times: Monday to Saturday - 11am to 11pm. Sunday 11am to 10.30pm


Map ref: E6


wagamama

 

seychelles

Wagamama

Wagamama has been very trendy and very succesful since the ‘noodle bars’ first hit the streets in 1992 and its popularity shows no sign of waning yet. It’s extensive menu ranges from traditional ramen noodle soup and teppan-fried yaki soba, ramen noodles with egg, shrimps and vegetables, to ‘squeezed to order’ juices and Japanese beers. The Camden branch of the noodle bar is situated in Jamestown Road - just metres from Camden High Street but provides a cool, calm oasis from the hustle and bustle of the area. With their passionate belief in value for money, eating out at Wagamama probably still costs less than £10 a head. Wagamama, 11 Jamestown Road, London NW1 7BW. Tel: 020 7428 0800
Map ref: D10
 

Kas KreolKaz Kreol

It is the only Seychelles' restaurant in London. Exotic seafood dishes like 'Crab Curry' and 'King Prawns in Coconut' share the menu with 'Goat Curry' and Beef Saute and evoke the spirit of the tiny Indian Ocean Islands. Or try the three course lunchtime buffet (with a glass of wine) for just £7.99. Kaz Kreol: 35 Pratt Street, Camden, NW1. TeL: 020 7485 4747. Map ref: G15

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