Unfortunately this suffers from its location - too near the city boys and girls and the similar brigade living nearby (don't expect a Spanish vibe!). As a consequence it is frequently very busy and noisy. Not so bad were it a bar but the restaurant section is concealed only by a curtain so your dinner could be ruined by the party next door. Regarding food and having a Spanish partner, the...more
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?
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