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
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
Pretty good, Buddha bar style restaurant but not really high end.
It's big, a lot of space (which is nice).
The menu is kind of a random but good assortment from all different Asian cuisines ranging from Thai fishcake broth to Indian curries and Japanese Udon noodles. Food was nice.
Friendly staff, mainly Italians, don't know why.
An unbelievable number of people were this Friday apparently...more
So yes, Gilgamesh on a Sunday meant I would not behaving my usual Sunday dinner at home which could be oven roasting, baking and or leftovers from the previous day.
I am not one for doing too much fussing around for food on a Sunday I generally do stay at home, but on short noticed I was informed that we will be joining my relative for their birthday at Gilgamesh. To be honest I was not keen...more
Similar review to a restaurant next door - I cannot fault the food it was top class even on a groupon voucher excellent value for money for a 3 course meal and glass of champagne but the service really let this place down. We went for lunch time at 1.15 but didn't get out till after 3 granted I was late but we felt ignored most of the time and when they forgot the rice with our mains they...more
I last reviewed Gilgamesh in 2010 and I have been a patron for 5 years. Over the course of time the service has become more pretentious and rude. It reached an all time low when we came here with a group of 6 for lunch. The waiter opened the meal by asking if we had any dietary requirements or allergies. I mentioned that I was vegetarian and that there were 3 vegetarians in the group. He...more