I loved the Food and the ambience.It would be lovely during summers with the outdoor seating. The Bar had some real loud music not a very nice thing if you are looking for a quite evening.But hey,its a tapas bar & resturant.more
I think I might be tapas-drunk*.
This phenomenon occurs when a diner eats too many little plates and goes into a Spanish coma.
Spanish coma symptoms may include: extreme tiredness, 'I'll just sit down here for a while', lethargy 'uh, what was I doing?' and food related distraction, 'was there any more of that cheesy thing with the sauce? What about the rose?' Huh, where am I?
The location of Camino really will be stunning in summer, with views across the river, the Thames Clipper Canary Wharf Pier on its door step and lots of outside seating. In winter though the venue needs to be good, really good to justify a journey down to Canary Wharf and a stroll through the icy air. And Camino delivers just that. Friendly and knowledgeable staff - the tour of the kitchens...more
When I was invited to the Qype event at Camino I was expecting to get what it said on the label an evening of tapas tasting and three free drinks. No one warned me that I would die and go to tapas (and red wine) heaven.
Besides the much-loved fried squid, Camino's chef, Nachos, treated us to a selection of cured meats, olives, octopus with olive oil mash, steak served Basque style, pan con...more
I had a great time at the Camino/Qype event last night. Here's my write up with pics on the Qype does London blog:
Ooh, I'm the first to review the new Camino at Canary Wharf?!? Neato.
Well, all I can say is that I very much enjoyed my visit. If you know the...more