An opulent oasis of exoticism, Gilgamesh is a stunning Pan-Asian restaurant at the heart of Stables Market in Camden. Brimming with glamour, Gilgamesh features a hand-carved striking bar, funky tunes and a retractable roof.<br/>The exclusive palatial-style Babylon Lounge has sleek booths, swing chairs and vibrant DJs. Fresh and exotic cocktails are also a speciality at Gilgamesh.
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Camden MarketChalk FarmLondonNW1 8AH
First of all, this place isn't a shisha place. It's a restaurant & it has a nice loungey bar called Ginger Martini.
This place actually serves proper Martinis. Half way drunk typing this. Also they have "2 for 1s" Mondays to Fridays from 5-7pm and Saturdays 5-6pm. It's worth the trip here. You can have a good for two fancy cocktail drinks @ £10.50. Look at my pictures to have a view of their...more
I had heard sooooo much hype about Gilgamesh from lots of different people so when I saw an offer come up on Groupon; £40 for a 3 course meal for 2 including a champagne cocktail, I thought #winning!
We went on a Monday night around sixish and were seated straight away.
As we were there using a voucher, we could only choose from a set menu, however we were given the main menu as well in case...more
Worst dessert ever. But u cannot really beat the surroundings of gil gamesh which always brings out the worst in us. Food otherwise was pretty good. But that's a Monday for you.more
Booked Gilgamesh through Open Table as there was a special deal - I have heard a lot about this famous & expensive restaurant, so thought this was ideal opportunity to try it at reduced price.
The decor is amazing - it's huge, so much space, beautiful asian decoration. Surprising place to find in the middle of Camden market.
The food was alright, just alright. Very disappointing as had...more
This review is for the drinks only.
We were recommended to drop into this gem in Camden Market by our family just for cocktails and a good window seat to take in the hustle and bustle of the market. That is exactly what we did. The service was a little on the slow side, but the drinks were spot on. The menu is huge in terms of food, but we just opted for drinks alone. I had the Ninsun...more