They've just launched their cheese conveyor belt and now the Cheese Bar is getting ready for their next event - a Mac and Cheese collaboration with some of London's finest, taking place at their home in Camden. On each of the five days, the guest chefs will come up with their own special
A US seafood chain - founded by an award-winning food truck chef from Orange County, California - has landed on the shores of Camden. Slapfish is the brainchild of Andrew Gruel - a chef turned restaurateur, who's fairly well known across the pond as a contestant and judge in shows like Food Truck Face Off (yes - we'd watch that).
The company is all about serving up sustainable seafood - their mantra is "Choose the dish, not the
The huge Standard hotel comes with not one, but two ground floor drinking spaces. Run by ex-Pachamama chef Adam Rawson, there will be Isla (focusing on British coastal cuisine) and the more British pub/dive bar Double Standard.
After winning an episode of the BBC's Million Pound Menu, street food legends Baba Gs are finally settling down with their own restaurant in Camden. They'll have their famed burgers and some brand new dishes too.
It's all change at Camden Market this year. We already knew about the huge new Hawley Wharfdevelopment that's planned for this summer and now there's a new section of the market, to be called Italian Alley. Essentially it's a grab and graze style affair,
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
Kentish Town's award-winning bar Ladies and Gentlemen have opened their second cocktail spot, taking over the former public loos outside Camden Road station.
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.
Who doesn't like a David against Goliath story? And you couldn't find a better one than the one featuring the indie Camden pub The Golden Lion up against the evil pub closing developer - as so brilliantly chronicled in long form by the Guardian here.
Now, several years on from winning their
As any London-based Irish person knows, any trip home is always used to fill your roll-on Ryanair suitcase with as much Tayto, Clonakilty and Barry's Tea as you can squeeze in to take back to London. But now, you'll be able to replenish stocks of your favourite Irish food without going any further than Camden.
The London Irish Centre has just opened its Irish Shop 'An Siopa' and it's filled with Irish household favourites including Tayto, Flahavans, Barrys
Given a grime-style makeover, this former Strada now aims to serve everything from morning coffee to late night espresso martinis.
Very much "a thing" at the moment seems to be the creation of new hubs all over London - mixing up housing, office space and shops - but with food and drink being a really big part of that. We've had Nova in Victoria, Bloomberg Arcade, St James's Market - and the most recent obvious example being Coal Drops Yard. Now it's time for Camden to enter the fray.
It's all part of a new
Lost Boys pizza (based on a certain 1980s film) has built up a following in Archway and now they're opening their second place in Camden. Expect black charcoal pizzas and also a basement absinth bar - with absinthe fountains...
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.
Camden gets a new healthy daytime spot to pep up lunches with salads, gluten-free wraps and more from the folk who run Hook on Parkway.
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