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.
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Camino Kings Cross
3 Varnishers Yard
Regent QuarterKing's CrossLondonN1 9FD
Great tapas near King's cross: One of the best Spanish tapas restaurant in London! Good service and great food even if the atmosphere Iquitos odd.
I will come back againmore
Was here back in 2013. Best Tapas I've ever had, from an American perspective, growing up eating Latin American/Caribbean food from Miami. I recommend this place to everyone I know who travels to London. The DJ was fantastic, and the ambience was very festive. The jamon iberico was delicious!!!more
The bar area was huge and lacked atmosphere, so we chose the area near the entrance.
The food was a hit & miss.
Bunuelos de Bacalao was bland and the texture was mushy.
Pulpo con Cachelos was simply excellent. It was tender, flavourful and very tasty.
Gambas al Ajillo (we ordered it without garlic) was just an ordinary prawn cooked in lots of butter. I was expecting the grilled ones...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
Nice food. Friendly service. Odd table location choice.
I met a friend here for lunch and had to follow my nose a bit - it is a little hidden away in a courtyard.
My friend was already at the table, and out of a sea of many many empty tables, the host had placed us in between the only two occupied tables in the place. I found this a little odd, but didn't (unusually) make a fuss! I was...more