Camino has been created as a place to enjoy the life, vigour and tastes of Spain.
Come in for breakfast (coffee, freshly made fruit smoothies, churros and a flick through El Pais), a long lunch, an indulgent graze on cava and tapas, a seriously good wine with fresh meat and fish from the charcoal grill or the best Spanish vegetarian dishes.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Camino Kings Cross
3 Varnishers Yard
Regent QuarterKing's CrossLondonN1 9FD
I've worked in this area for years but never made it to Camino, but today I was walking by and noticed the Express Lunch - 2 tapas for £6.95 so decided to give it a go.
It's tucked away in a quiet little courtyard but there's a sign on the main road to help you find your way. Inside, the restaurant is really big - and today at 1pm, pretty empty and also really quite warm (much warmer than...more
Yes its somewhat of a chain but it s not your average tapas chain.
its a good mix between classics and more creative dishes or products.
Its the first time I tasted cured beef and it was absolutely delicious.
The arroz negro was perfectly cooked and the creamy aioli really complemented the squid ink.
The morcilla was classic but good, same for the pan con tomate (though better than at...more
A small chain serving Spanish tapas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's quite a reliable chain, no fancy affair but just expect to find the classic dishes and usually done quite well.
I do enjoy the restaurant hidden in a quiet courtyard away from the hustle and bustle of King's Cross. Yet is makes it very convenient to get to. The restaurant is very spacious, made to look modern and...more
I came across Camino with some friends visiting us in London because they were staying nearby and I can't wait to go back to try more dishes.
We all had the lunch tapas formula. It was cheap and portions were satisfying. And most importantly, it tasted very good. I don't know about the prices of the other dishes, but we were on the run and this formula was convenient...more
The place is OK in general.
Being Spanish, I think I know a thing or two about tapas and I have to say that the ones in Camino are so so... Patatas Bravas were ok, but the Croquetas were a big no (frozen ones from Iceland maybe?). Drinks are expensive, but they have Mahou beer, so they can be forgiven...
Staff was friendly and the bar is nice. I loved all the posters around the place!...more