Food and drink
The Mediterranean-via-Sydney menu’s a delectable read but not everything is executed to the best standard – which really means I didn’t like the pancakes. The open onglet steak sandwich with red onions and horseradish cream was terrific, and an ‘Iranian’ omelette with leeks, walnuts and raisins, served in its frying pan, was nicely moist and tender and accompanied by sprightly salad and chargrilled toast. New local company Camden Town Brewery (read more in my review of [node:172975]) provides the beers, while [node:172431] supplies the excellent, full-flavoured coffee.
A rocking blend of old and new Camden, with huge windows and red furniture brightening the day.
Needs improving. They also need to work out how to pace themselves during the pre-show drinks deluge so destination diners aren’t frustrated.
A 10-15 minute walk past the markets from Camden Town tube; it's closer to Chalk Farm.
It’s very reasonable for London, though portions aren’t huge. Light meals start at £7.50 and rise to £12.90 for a main course at lunch or brunch. In the evening the kitchen produces tasting plates, all under a tenner, and suggests three plates is equivalent to a traditional two-course meal.
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