Set in the Stables Market, Camden's branch of The Cuban is a fittingly lively location for this celebration of the Latin spirit. Split over two floors, the vibrant restaurant incorporates a popular bar, often playing host to resident DJs and live music. Tapas-style dishes are served in the bar area, or relax in the restaurant and pick from a menu featuring grills, fresh fish and marinades with a South American and Caribbean flavour.
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Stables Market, CamdenLondonNW1 8AH
I came during club hours. Fortunately, they had margaritas and long island ice teas for this American girl!! The margaritas are no where close in taste to the ones in America but nevertheless, are pretty good. The strawberry margarita was tarty and sweet with a thick consistency. Very tasty.
On the night I came here, it was five pounds to get in. I'm assuming the entrance fee changes...more
I have been to Cuban Camden few time in the past, however it was only to meet friends for quick drinks before a shows at Roundhouse... so I've never got a chance to taste their food. Therefore I was supper exited when I found '9tapas and sangria for two' voucher on groupn. I use to had my favourite tapas place in Angel that unfortunately got closed down about 2 years ago and I haven't been...more
If I could give this no stars, I would. Waitress was incredibly rude, taking over 45 minutes to bring us a pitcher of water. Then, after ordering sangria and not bringing glasses for another 20 minutes (it was her fault we missed happy hour prices), she brought us glasses with fresh hot-pink lipstick prints, then after asking for new ones, we were yelled at. Horrible, horrible, horrible...more
My friend and I discovered The Cuban by accident, couple of weeks back, when roaming around Camden. We decided to have "one drink" (which never is the case, is it?) and hours later we we're having the time of our lives. Dancing to latin music, we felt like we're actually in Cuba. Staff definitely knows their cocktails (mojitos to caipirinhas, all most delicious) and the atmosphere was...more
The only thing Cuban about this place are the flags. The food is the farthest thing from even being remotely Cuban. We ordered a Cuban Sandwich which was prepared on Ciabata bread, missing key ingredients, and smothered in yellow cheese. The plantain chips were drenched in oil and soggy. A very misleading restaurant, and the food simply awful, unauthentic, and overpriced. Skip this place...more