We've already written about Adrian Martin's Wildflower, which is opening in the new Buck Street Market development in Camden, but that's not the only big opening that's coming to the new market. Joining him will be
Wildflower is the debut London restaurant of 28-year-old Irish celebrity chef, Adrian Martin, and is the first fine dining restaurant in London to be housed inside a shipping container. Here's your chance to get 50% off food during the launch.
Offer:50% off the food bill
Where: Buck Street Market, Camden High Street, NW1 8QP
When: 4-15 March 2020 (Wed - Sunday,
Intending to shake up London's fine dining scene, Adrian Martin's new Camden restaurant, Wildflower, will serve a high end menu... in a shipping container.
The next Pizza Pilgrims is something of a departure. Yes, there will be the usual top-notch Neapolitan pizzas, but this Camden opening will also be home to a fully-fledged Pizza Academy.
All of which means that alongside the traditional pizzeria will be a space that's designed to help people get into a hospitality career. It's aimed at the young, ex-homeless, ex-offenders or
Opening today, Camden is getting a new all day spot in BARONYS Bar & Kitchen. Open from brunch through to cocktail hour, the menu sounds as broad and colourful as the interior design.
On the menu you'll find everything from burgers and chicken caesar salad through to watermelon tartar, rainbow devilled eggs and grilled octopus with garlic prawns.
Founder Rony Batista explains: “We have created a menu that
Lovers of natural wine should make note of a new one night a week pop-up opening in Camden this month. Bar Aspen will serve up natural and minimal intervention wines from the cosy cellars of Music and Beans on Camden High Street.
The Friday night only popup has brought in Sunny Hodge, founder of Diogenes The Dog wine bar in Elephant & Castle, to curate the wine list. And - if you're a little concerned this might all be barnyard stuff - we're
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
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