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Camino Blackfriars

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Cosy exposed brick and reclaimed timber walls make for a perfect afterwork hang out with much Spanish wine.

Information

Address
33 Blackfriars Lane , London, EC4V 6EP
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7125 0930
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 12.00-23.00
Sat-Sun CLOSED

Reviews

  • Design My Night

    Design My Night Says…

    We came expecting an authentic tapas feast, and that is exactly what we got. The menu comes handily divided up into charcuterie, cheese, meat, fish and vegetarian sections, with a wealth of traditional Spanish options to ensure that there’s truly something for all tastes and preferences. Drinks-wise, you can get top quality wine and beer here, but I’d urge you to sample the exquisite range of cava even if, just like myself, you know little about it. The attentive staff will happily advise you according to your tastes, and the menu even comes with a guide to its production and history, so you can learn while you sample some of the finest bubbles in town.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    The Camino group has followed the success of its hopping Spanish restaurants with a pair of specialist bars: the sherry-drenched Bar Pepito in King's Cross, and this cava-soaked bodega near Blackfriars. Drinkers are nudged towards a fine list of 'método tradicional' bubbles from Catalonia – including frisky rosés, aged Gran Reservas and tasting flights. But it's not just about the fizzy stuff: the magnums of Rioja and frozen mugs of draught Mahou lager are also in keeping with the vaulted cellar bar's traditional leanings. There's plenty of tapas to pick at as well.

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  • World's Best Bars

    World's Best Bars Says…

    No matter the weather, the moment you walk into Camino Blackfriars, you are treated to a ‘latitude adjustment’, as exposed brick walls are contrasted by patches of kaleidoscopic floor tiles and vibrant murals. And if that doesn’t put you in the mood for some sangria and tapas, we don’t know what will. Speaking of the sangria, Camino pours their own stellar house version, but also puts a twist on things with their signature Spiced Sangria when they add a touch of seasoning, vanilla, cinnamon, and citrus. And we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that both the sherries and cava on the menu are sensational and all sourced from providers that Camino has personally met and forged a relationship with, and that says a lot.

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