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You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to go out in Camden and after all that sight-seeing and festival-going, you'll work up quite an appetite.
We have a mind-boggling choice of fantastic food on offer to suit any budget.
Fancy a cheap eat? Then head to the Camden Town group of markets and be tempted by Chinese, Indian, Mexican, Italian and Japanese at the outdoor food markets where mopeds double as seats overlooking the Regent’s Canal.
sizzling street food cooked in front of you
When in Camden, you can't miss out on visiting Eat.St – London’s newest addition to the street food movement. You'll find the street just behind King’s Cross station and Eat.St offers a rotating group of unique vendors that are sure to make you salivate. The aroma is delicious as you walk by stall after stall, trying to make up your mind which one to try.
gorgous gastro pubs
If you fancy a proper seat then why not head to one of Camden’s many first class pubs where both the food and drink choice will sooth many a weary foot. We've also put together some suggestions for the best spots for beer and ale lovers.
If you’re heading back into one of our mainline stations after a day of site-seeing then why not try a late night chippy first?
Quintessentially British, the ‘chippy’ (also known as a fish and chip shop) serves a variety of fried fish, burgers, pies and savloy (deep fried sausage). And if the grease has settled by the next day then you can’t go past a traditional ‘caf’ for a good old English breakfast with all the trimmings.
time for tea?
There’s nothing more British then a cup of tea and cupcakes which have made a revival rivalling the return of skinny jeans in recent years. Try Bea’s of Bloomsbury, Primrose Bakery or Bake-a-boo for a top afternoon treat.
You can also find our full listing of places to eat around Camden.
The sheer range of possibilities for a fantastic evening (or whole night) out is breathtaking.