More change is afoot for Camden, which has been getting its fair share of redevelopments of late. There's the upcoming Italian Alley in Stables Market, not to mention the whole
oining the arrival of The Camden Grocer and Camden Town Roadkill in Camden Market is this new rotisserie chicken restaurant with an executive chef who arrives here via Harrods.
It's all change at Camden Market this year. We already knew about the huge new Hawley Wharfdevelopment that's planned for this summer but now we're hearing about a new section of the market, to be called Italian Alley. Essentially it's a grab and graze style affair,
If you're in Camden hankering after a burger or steak sarnie then this ethical, sustainable spot in Stables Market could be just the thing for you.
A trio with experience in London's top food stores have picked Camden to launch their range of upmarket deli and cafes.
You may have seen Yolkbreaker serving up their egg buns in various food markets. Now they're setting up their first permanent location in Camden Market.
Not only are they appearing on the BBC's Million Pound Menu, but Naked Dough are already getting ready to open their third location - this time in Camden Market.
If you're not familiar with them - they sell one of the greatest things possible - raw cookie dough on its own. No longer do you have to attempt to make cookies and just scrape the remaining dough from the bowl - you can get the real thing here.
You can get
Looking for presents for the non-meateater in your life or something vegan for the Christmas feast? Well there's a vegan pop-up heading to Camden Market over December that should be just the ticket.
Blogger Fat Gay Vegan (Sean O'Callaghan) has curated a list of vegan meat and cheese artisans for a plant-based food deli. So far the line-up includes LoveSeitan - that's their burger pictured above, Young Vegans, The Cashew Family, Big V London, Mouse’s
KERB tries something new with their first Counter, a place where they’ll be mixing cocktails paired to your street food, serving snacks, throwing events and hosting regular vendor takeovers.
We head over to Camden to try The Cheese Bar, where the Cheese Truck has settled down. It really is ALL about cheese. And that's a good thing.
Opening today is a new spot in Camden Market, taking up on e of the units beside Kerb. Called Zala, it comes from Tomer Niv, formerly head chef at R’amas Kitchen in Jerusalem and who's also done stints at The Fat Duck and The Ledbury.
He's teamed up with his brother for the restaurant that will feature meze, Levantine pizzas (including Beef and Lamb Matbucha, pitas and grilled meats - all baked in a traditional Taboon oven. Expect lots
If you’re one of those smug office workers who cleverly orders in a hot lunch and makes everyone with a mere sandwich feel jealous, then you’re about to strike gold - Deliveroo has just teamed up with KERB Camden Market to offer lunchtime-only deliveries.
That means for as little as £6.50 (it’s £1.50 for delivery and £5 minimum spend), you could find yourself tucking into some of London’s top street
We have more news of a street trader going permanent - this time it's the turn of Chop and Chip who will be settling down in Camden Market.
They've been taking their van up and down the country and now are setting down in Camden market with their pretty easy to grasp menu. Either have The Flock (two lamb chops) or The Porky (one large pork chop) and then choose a seasoning on top of that from the milder - lemon and herb and
You may well have seen The Flour Station in markets across town. They apparently originally started in the Kitchen of Jamie Oliver's Fifteen - something we didn't know - before expanding across London. And now you'll be able to find The Flour Station in their new permanent spot in Camden. They're opening an all day cafe in the market - with lunch by ChrisKitch too.
Obviously, they'll have their most popular baked good throughout the day - so expect a