The Elk In The Woods

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4 out of 5 Based on 62 reviews


We are a small independent restaurant nestled in the middle of Camden Passage, a quaint pedestrian passage that harks back to a London gone by. We benefit from the quiet of the passage but are bang up to date with an urban cabin feel where industrial meets rustic; cosy and stylish. Serving locally sourced, freshly cooked food, Great British classics with twists and European tastes with an emphasis on the Scandinavian and we like our game. We are very proud of our food and our dedicated little team that experiment to get interesting and fun flavours! We serve Monmouth coffee, Curious and Frontier craft beers brewed in Kent and London on draft plus Camden Town Brewery bottled beers in the fridge and many more from Orchard Pig ciders to Hawkes ginger beer all from Somerset. We have a boutique selection of quality wines and we are always introducing new grapes like the bonarda which works very well with our menu. You can eat or drink anything on our menu at any time of the day, bliss!!

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37-39 Camden Passage, Shoreditch, London, N1 8EA

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The Elk In The Woods

37-39 Camden Passage
N1 8EA
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4 out of 5 based on 62 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Elk In The Woods

4.0 out of 5 30 March 2014
by Pamela H.

Some friends suggested we pay a visit here for brunch and not really being a believer of those faddy in-between meals, I was a bit reluctant. I mean, really? Have breakfast or lunch, why do you need something else? Greedy. But the Elk in the Woods changed my mind. Be still my groaning stomach!

We got here just after 11 and luckily my friend had made a reservation or, and there's no doubt...more

4.0 out of 5 17 March 2014
by Matt R.

What a breakfast! I came here with some friends and had the bacon, apple sausage, eggs and toast... It was second to none. From the moment it arrives your mouth is watering. The plate looks pretty heaped and you dive in for the first bite.

My main concern was that it wouldn't live up to what it promised, I had no need to worry. It was all cooked to perfection and tasted Devine. You have to...more

5.0 out of 5 5 January 2014
by Lenka N.

Cosy, wooden and all kind of natural vibe welcoming atmosphere with traditional mastered classics in modern coat. Portions just big enough.

Love love love! Place smelling of essential oils.

Super nice staff!more

5.0 out of 5 2 January 2014
by Josephine J.

Uno de mis cafés favoritos en Islington en el precioso y recoleto Camden Passage (no confundir con el mercado de Camden en otro barrio).

Desayunos típicamente ingleses, huevos benedictinos, ensalada, el salmón exquisito, y unos cócteles sin alcohol riquisímos... y muchas cosas para picar a cualquier hora del día. Me encanta su decoración toda de madera y con motivos de caza.more

1.0 out of 5 10 September 2013
by M H.

Throughly disappointing. I went for a brunch/lunch on Sunday with a friend as it looked pretty nice as we walked by. The menu looked reasonable and the decor seemed token edgy...

It wasn't the busiest day, and around half the tables were full, so there should have been no reason for the waiting staff to ignore us as we entered, then once we got seated (we had to ask for the menu), and then...more