Celebrating a decade since they opened in 2010, Camden Town Brewery will re-open under the railway arches with a revamped space that houses not just their award-winning beers, but their first restaurant, an extended taproom and immersive brewery tours.
They've been serving up their beef bourguignon buns across town and now The Patate are about to settle down with their first permanent restaurant in Kentish Town.
It's been a bad weekend for Mexican restaurant group Wahaca who spent the weekend dealing with the fallout from a Twitterstorm which blew up on Saturday night.
It all began when the former Labour Leader of Camden Council, Sarah Hayward, tweeted this:
Hi @wahaca just eaten in your Kentish Town restaurant
Kentish Town just got a new ramen spot
Updated 18/5/18 with new dates
Down a tiny alley in Kentish Town, barely a few steps away from the Pret and Greggs on the High Street, you'll find Dank Van. No, it's not an unpleasantly damp and cold motor vehicle - rather a street food purveyor of splendid American sandwiches. It's the brainchild of US chef Jason Winther, who lives on the mews and thought he'd see if there was a market for really authentic American snackage at lunchtime. Trouble is, he's not
They've been closed all week but now we know what Neighbour in Kentish Town has been planning. They're switching their offering and turning into more of a burger joint.
In a Facebook post today the neighbourhood spot said: "We try our best to be great neighbours, and great neighbours listen to what their neighbours want. You guys spoke - we listened!"
To that end they're going to expand their range of burgers from the current one on the menu to
All-French team join forces to open this wine bar on Fortess Road, which will also sell French food and serve as a wine store too.
300 Kentish Town Road has just been taken over again, this time by seasonally focused brasserie Neighbour, who’ll be catering for locals and visitors to The Forum with lunch, brunch, dinners and drinks above ground, plus cocktails in basement bar Jukes.
What: Pasta n’ Goulash
In a nutshell: Traditional Hungarian food, with a touch of Italian.
Summing it all up: After a strong start in Holborn, this Hungarian Italian couple are bringing their blend of culinary influences north to Kentish Town, with lots of goulash, chicken paprikash and fresh pasta.
After a previous successful residency, Laksa Kitchen are back in the Tolli Cafe for the winter - and they've brought some new dishes with them too:
From the local couple behind Patron Cave a Manger comes a new Wine Shop & Deli Bar, just a few doors down from the restaurant which they opened in Kentish Town 18 months ago.
Restauranteurs Jean-François &Tanzi are joined by friend Nathy for this new venture which aims to
When the word on the street (in this case Kentish Town's Highgate Road) is that a hot new lunch spot has opened, you can count on us dashing off to try it. House Kitchen is the latest venture from Soho House to open in Highgate Studios - they already have Pizza East, Chicken Shop and Dirty Burger in various parts of the building. The new all day cafe has opened up where Caffe Kix used to be. And to be perfectly frank it's light years better than the
We head to Kentish Town to try the new high street steak and beer joint
Already a popular venue in its own right, Camden Town Brewery is expanding. They're getting ready to open a new sister venue called Camden's Daughter.
It's all about the kebabs. They say they'll be "be stacking and spinning our own chicken and lamb kebabs" and as they're all made from sustainably sourced meat they'll be considerably better than many a kebab shop you might stumble into. They'll
From bread and wine to beef and beef - Kentish Town has a new restaurant on the way. Beef & Brew is taking over the former Pane Vino site on Kentish Town Road. And while its focus will be beef, this isn't a high end steakhouse, think more Flat Iron with an emphasis on cheaper cuts such as rump, onglet and the good old flat iron.
Head Chef and co-owner Jessica Simmons comes here via two of Angela Hartnett's restaurants - Murano and the Whitechapel Gallery
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