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Camino King's Cross

  • King's Cross
  • After Work
  • £££

Sprawling, social tapas and wine bar which is great for somewhere to meet after work.

Information

Address
3 Varnishers Yard, The Regent Quarter, London, N1 9FD
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7841 7331
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 12.00-15.30 & 17.30-23.00
Sat 11.00-15.30 & 17.30-23.00
Sun 11.00-15.30 & 18.00-22.00

Reviews

  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    With such an accessible menu and a focus on platters, Camino is set up for group dining – and customers even get a free small tapa with every drink on Tuesdays. You’ll need to reserve a table on a school night though, as the informal bar and sit-down restaurant both fill up quickly with sociable office workers. Fun, relaxed, and not taking itself too seriously, Camino exudes the true spirit of Spain. You won’t be blown away by the food, but you’ll be having such a good time, it won’t seem to matter.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    Imbibing is taken seriously, too, with sherries aplenty and wines from a long list of bodegas, plus jugs of sangria, beers and zingy cocktails. At fewer than 50 bins, this is a well-put-together and laudably concise celebration of Spain – no other country gets a look in until you get to spirits. Reds and whites are listed by style – sunny, juicy, buxom and luscious for the whites. Half the wines are available in a variety of smaller serves, the ubiquitous tasting notes are short but helpful and the illustrations of the cocktails are a nice touch, too. Lots of personality, but no over-indulgence and superbly customer-friendly.

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  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    That goes for the food, too. I am expecting a lot. Certain gastro-trends are more robust than others and the cult of Spain seems to have endured for the best part of a decade. We found things to like. An escabeche of mackerel brought a plate of crisp-skinned, rich-fleshed fish in a vibrant spicy marinade, and the slices of grilled Asturian smoked chorizo had a pleasing pungency. We also liked a side dish of sauteed potatoes with green and red peppers topped by a fried egg, the yolk broken tableside by the waiter. But other things were underwhelming.

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