The Blues Kitchen is London's very own home of blues and rock'n roll music. Serving authentic American soul food and over 40 different Bourbons, expect to hear live blues music most nights.
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The Blues Kitchen
111 - 113 Camden High StreetCamdenLondonNW1 7JN
Amazing menu with a good selection and variety.
Some very quirky dishes and the portion size is very generous.
Staff on the whole are very friendly, attentive and professional.
The atmosphere is lively - not a place for a quiet meal in the evening as its a bar too and gets very busy. Food does maintain its high quality during these times though, but obviously as its a bar the music is loud...more
To be honest, I don't quite get the reason why this restaurant is so popular. It seems that it's all booked everyday. My friend reserved a table on Sunday at 5pm and when I arrived the whole place is packed already.
The food is not bad, but it is not really impressive. We order the three-meat barbecue for £17.5. Good price tho but the smoked chicken and the pork ribs were both quite dry. I...more
Love this place. More so than its sister place in Shoreditch. This is the original Blues Kitchen. And boy, is it fun.
I must firstly say there is great food. Americana ribs that have themed nights (go Monday's for a cheap deal) with cool booth style sitting to match.
The drinks are great though when busy at the one bar it can be a bit of a wait.
But matching the food and fun vibe is the...more
This place is AWESOME!!!
I want to give them 4.5 but I can't on this app. Only deducting the half because they gave us a two hour time slot, we arrived in time and didn't delay ordering or eating but we came under some pressure after two and a half hours for not having finished. They were the slow ones not us!!
That aside, the atmosphere is great, the food is fab, the servers are top...more
I came to the Blues Kitchen for Thanksgiving dinner with a few Americans. I was little late due to the demands of the corporate world but they were good at not pressuring the others into ordering without me.
The menu that night was a Thanksgiving special for a set price of £30. For that they provided a beer, a gumbo to start (a stew for people like me who had never heard of it), turkey, ham...more