Brighton vegan pizza restaurant Purezza is expanding to London and opening its second restaurant in Camden
If you can’t get enough of the crunchy nuggets of joy that are fried chicken in your life, then this is one for you. Mr Ji, a Taiwanese-inspired fried chicken restaurant is popping up for five weeks in Camden, and there'll be cayenne dips, ginger doughnuts and spiked teas to boot.
It's the brainchild of Sam Green and Samuel Haim, who came up with the idea while hiking in Taipei. Plus, fried food aficionado Simon
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.
There's a new coffee house with a difference coming to Camden Market very soon and it definitely looks like one to watch.
It's called Pamban - named after an island right between India and Sri Lanka - which is where the duo opening it hail from. And it'll be mainly a chai and coffee house - with all the chai (masala, rose and lavender) served in clay cups.
But it's their all-day
There’ll be wood oven, a terrace with food pop-ups and an in-house mixologist to whip up unique cocktails for visitors to Gabeto Cantina, Camden Market's newest restaurant.
27/2/17 - updated with launch details
Of the many food trucks going permanent in London that we’ve witnessed lately, we must confess we’re extra glad to find out one of will be The Cheese Bar, purveyor of intensely comforting grilled cheese sandwiches.
After three years selling out of an old ice-cream van, The Cheese Truck will be reborn as The Cheese Bar, dishing out gooey grilled
17/2/17 - Updated with soft launch details
Hot on the heels of all the new places opening in Camden Market comes news that Bea Vo will be opening her next restaurant in that neck of the woods. Famous Flames will be her third spot, after Stax and Boondocks. As the name suggests, it's all about the flame grill and will be serving up flame grilled burgers and fried wings.
The new restaurant on Kentish Town Road, will have fifteen
We're delighted with the flurry of openings that are largely sidestepping the whole New Year's resolution thing, and what could be less January than a new doughnut shop? Crosstown, who opened their second doughnuts and coffee bar in Shoreditch late last year, have just opened their third branch in Camden's Stables Markets.
There'll be loads of exciting varieties of deep fried doughnuts to try, including their oft-changing seasonal range. Right now,
A new pan-Asian restaurant and bar is heading to Camden that is based on the 1940s opium dens of New York and Paris. It's coming from the person behind Cotton's Caribbean restaurants.
It's a three-floored affair, made up of a ground floor bar and dining area, a basement dance floor and a mezzanine area for private hire. On the menu will be:
Every year, York and Albany in Camden can be relied on doing something pretty special for Christmas, and this year is no different. York and Albany is transforming its courtyard into a storybook wonderland in the run up to winter, complete with no less than a gingerbread cabin. They’ll be serving savoury snacks, afternoon tea and cocktails, with the majority all heavily featuring the festive
You may have spotted their street food at markets across town from Angel to Broadgate, but now Greek food folk Kalimera are settling down. They're opening their first permanent spot in Camden Market.
Owner Télémaque Argyriou is the real deal - even the organic olive oil, used in his company's cooking comes from his own family’s small farm in Sparta (the new Camden spot will have the oil to buy too).
Food-wise, expect to see their own version of the classic
The move of street food spots to more permanent digs come winter is a recurring theme we've seen over the past few years. The latest to come in from the cold is Duck’N Roll which opens today in Camden. If you don't know about it, it's the streetfood arm of PascalAussignac - the chef behind Club Gascon - and his business partner Vincent Labeyrie.
The duck-centric menu of small plates features on the menu:
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Even before we tried their amazing fried chicken at this year's Taste of London, there was a lot of buzz around Irish duo Garrett and Emer Fitzgerald of Butchies. So it's not at all suprising, just very pleasing, to learn that the street food duo are about to open their first bricks and mortar place.
The new Butchies' Hatch will open in Camden Market this month - expect it to build on the huge following
Hot on the heels of Kerb opening its latest marketthere, Camden is going to be the home of the next venue for the interactive dining company inamo. Expect interactive tableclothes where you can rate your dishes and doodle as you dine as well as a street food style bar menu.
The Camden branch, which will open this Autumn opposite Morning Crescent tube
A new bar has opened on Camden High Street and the clue to what it's serving is in the name - Trufflesecco. Yep, that's right it's a Prosecco and truffles bar.
We don't know much more than that - but dishes on the menu include crostino with truffle sauce and gnocco fritto with mozzarella and mortadella.
And, if you're after something to take away, they feature a selection of truffle goods, pasta and wines to buy.
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