The Camel is an upbeat, busy pub with a fun and lively atmosphere that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of traditional and modern dishes. Catering for private parties of up to 150 guests (in a private function room) is available upon request and they also have a beer garden, weather permitting. A juke box and Sky Sports is provided as additional entertainment.
Venue Details & Map
The Camel & Artichoke
121 Lower MarshLambethLondonSE1 7AE
- +44 (0)20 7261 1782
- Public transport:
- Lambeth North, Underground
I hesitate to review this un-touristy South Bank pub in hopes of keeping it that way. We ate here twice during our 5-day London stay. Nice menu, reasonable prices. Lovely garden in the back. Go for beer and appetizers or dinner.more
Lovely pub. Standard drinks but nice and chilled. I look very young so the staff were me within seconds for an I.D check. (Which Is always nice!) and glad they were doing their job. Nice drinks chilled atmosphere nice to venture upstairs and although I didn't venture into the garden it looked just as chilled in such a buzzing place.
P.S check out the camel on the back of the pub if you can!...more
If you have ever taken the train out of Waterloo station and wondered why on earth a building has a Camal on its roof now you know the answer.
This pub is located a short walk from Waterloo station very close to Ian Allen bookshop. Inside it's split on two levels with upstairs a bit quieter. It's a good place to meet a group of friends and whilst I didn't try it the food looked okay. The...more
Nice pub for a beer, great garden and just a nice, real neighbourhood pub kind of atmosphere. Nice ale. But the food... general pub grub but straight from the microwave. Had sausage and mash, sausage bits were like cardboard. Partner had the steak and ale pie, which was great tastewise, but clearly zapped too. Food does not get that hot so fast and meat does nog dry out like that in the middle...more
Surprised in all my London pub explorations I'd never discovered this pub before. It's rather nice looking and the food menu was quite tempting.
The beer range wasn't really that noteworthy, but they do have four ales and GK St Edmunds Ale is one I'm always happy to find!more