Enjoy the theatre of Spanish jamón carving in authentic tapas bar Camino. From the upstairs balcony space or the prominent bar, you can soak up the Basque atmosphere. Tapas and sharing platters created from the finest Spanish and British ingredients are perfect for lunch, dinner or in between.
Venue Details & Map
5 Canvey Street
The Blue Fin BuildingLondonSE1 9NA
- +44 (0)20 3617 3169
Top 5 reviews of Camino Bankside
I'm one of the most indecisive people when it comes to ordering food from a menu. I like ordering lots of different dishes and then sharing it out amongst whoever I'm with - that way I can have a nibble of this and that and I don't suffer the dreaded food envy if I make a bad choice.
For this reason tapas is one of my favourite types of foods - so when I was invited to the launch of Camino's... more
I hadn't heard of this small chain but I will definitely keep it in mind now because we had great food here at a decent price. Initial impressions were good as they had sweet vermouth (vermut) as an aperitif on the menu. The food choices were wide and we went with options from almost every section. In a lot of tapas places you get some dud dishes along with decent ones, here it was very good... more
We were seated right away even without a reservation. We ordered a couple of cocktails and perused the menu. Our server came back with some olives for us and we opted for the tomato bread, padron peppers, Iberico de belotta ham, baby squid, octopus, and patatas bravas.
The Iberico ham is always delicious and I do enjoy eating it on its own but it's also very nice with the tomato bread. The... more
"¡Socorro, jamón!" Is the punchline that almost always comes up whenever we're in a Spanish speaking country, or recounting to others my stepmother's almost hilarious grasp of the language. She was on a six-week trip in Costa Rica around fifteen years ago, driving along a dirt track, when a wild pig suddenly darted in front of the vehicle causing her to scream "help, ham"!
Never in a million... more
Came here for Sangria but were a bit disappointed as it was nothing special, fruit was not very tasty and not comparable to the one you can have in Spain. Good tapas but nothing excellent. Churros also are not comparable at all with the Spanish Churros. Would not recommend except for some drinks! more