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!!
£25 and under
My favourite restaurant in London. The bourbon growler is probably the best cocktail ever invented, the lamb and duck are incredible and almost any of the deserts taste so good they force you to pack your stomach to capacity. I hope more people push this rating up as it deserves to be up there with other 5 star London restaurants.more
Oh my god I'm on a different level of existence where all that matters is the great food deity of love and joy. Highlights: the bourbon growler, the lamb with crispy kale, the duck with garlic toast and ( the greatest of the food deities) the Great Chocolate Fondant, aka Manna of Chocolate Heaven!!more
Oh my god, glorious.
A friend of mine took me here for a quick dinner before a gig the other night, and it was the best decision we'd made all day. She raved about their food to me and they did not disappoint.
I had the frikadeller, which is roast pork belly and pork meatballs with apple sauce, potato salad and pickles and a shot of gammel dansk on the side. I'm not a pork fan but it was...more
They have this amazing drink with coffee and alcohol that I cannot for the life of me recall the name of...but I do recall that the tall thin gentleman who prepared it said that he doubts it's made anywhere else!
The atmosphere: a bit cabin-like, with a wooden wall that has a deer head in the middle, a tile-lined wall behind the bar, and a pink-painted wall with tons of mirrors (and a...more
Do you like gin?
Then here, come within...
The Elk In The Woods
Will show you the goods.
What an unlikely place to find some of London's tastiest gin cocktails, but I kid you not, you will not be disappointed here.
I wasn't even looking for such a potation, only somewhere in Angel that would serve me and another some food after 10pm on a school night that wasn't the 24 hour...more