This new neighbourhood pub is taking over a Grade II listed building in Camden and will have both a big focus on wine as well as a very handy heated courtyard. They'll even be serving Sunday roasts that you can carve at your own table.
We've already had Italian Alley as well as Asian Alley and now Camden Market is launching the next in the series - Indian Alley.
This time it's from the same people behind
Updated 15 July 2020 with reopening date
It's all happening in Camden, which has been getting its fair share of redevelopments of late. There was Italian Alley in Stables Market, not to mention the whole
Over at Camden Market, their Asian Alley has had a bit of revamp over the Christmas hols, doubling in size and expanding on the range of food on offer.
Taking over two arches now, the alley now feature food from Malaysia, Thailand, China, Korean and Japan.
New to the space is Indonesian trader Pino's Warung. Founded by Pino Edwards, a former Annabels members club manager, Pino's intention is to showcase his home country
Dessert fairy tale dreams have arrived in Camden Market with the opening of Hans & Gretel, a chain already popular across Greece, Cyprus and Turkey for its Instagram-popular creations.
If you've been missing Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner since they closed for relocation in Camden Market, then you'll be very happy to know that they're now back in a much larger site, still within the market.
And that bigger size means that more is on offer - the biggest change being the addition of a vegan shake bar. That'll be serving up vegan freak-shakes made
It's all change at Camden Market this year. We already knew about the huge new Hawley Wharfdevelopment that's planned for this summer and now there's a new section of the market, to be called Italian Alley. Essentially it's a grab and graze style affair,
oining the arrival of The Camden Grocer and Camden Town Roadkill in Camden Market is this new rotisserie chicken restaurant with an executive chef who arrives here via Harrods.
If you're in Camden hankering after a burger or steak sarnie then this ethical, sustainable spot in Stables Market could be just the thing for you.
A trio with experience in London's top food stores have picked Camden to launch their range of upmarket deli and cafes.
You may have seen Yolkbreaker serving up their egg buns in various food markets. Now they're setting up their first permanent location in Camden Market.
Not only are they appearing on the BBC's Million Pound Menu, but Naked Dough are already getting ready to open their third location - this time in Camden Market.
If you're not familiar with them - they sell one of the greatest things possible - raw cookie dough on its own. No longer do you have to attempt to make cookies and just scrape the remaining dough from the bowl - you can get the real thing here.
You can get
Looking for presents for the non-meateater in your life or something vegan for the Christmas feast? Well there's a vegan pop-up heading to Camden Market over December that should be just the ticket.
Blogger Fat Gay Vegan (Sean O'Callaghan) has curated a list of vegan meat and cheese artisans for a plant-based food deli. So far the line-up includes LoveSeitan - that's their burger pictured above, Young Vegans, The Cashew Family, Big V London, Mouse’s
KERB tries something new with their first Counter, a place where they’ll be mixing cocktails paired to your street food, serving snacks, throwing events and hosting regular vendor takeovers.
We head over to Camden to try The Cheese Bar, where the Cheese Truck has settled down. It really is ALL about cheese. And that's a good thing.
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