The Camden Brasserie
More than 25 years ago, Uruguayan born Chef Julio Turano and law school student Karen Doherty fulfilled their dream and opened the Camden Brasserie formerly located on Camden High Street. In 2000, the owners relocated the brasserie to Jamestown Road discretely nestled off the high street, but still central to the famous Camden Market.
In all those years, the kitchen team had the chance to create, present and improve the offered dishes. One thing never changed though; only the freshest and finest ingredients are used to prepare the dishes and meat and fish are exclusively sourced from high quality suppliers. Signature dishes are Black Angus grass fed 21 day aged rib-eye steak, deep fried haddock with mint pea puree, tartare sauce and frites and home made fresh stew with celeriac mash. Wines from all over the world are offered, but a particular focus is placed on wines from South America. A varied selection of great Chilean and Argentinean wines is always available and highly recommendable as a complementary wine to a meat dish.
The restaurant is decorated with beautiful and unpretentious elements such as a display of the wine bins listed on the menu, wallpaper displaying bookshelves and romantic and discreet red table clothes. Gilded framed mirrors on the wall give the room an air of elegance and make it appear more spacious. The waiting staff is friendly and well-informed and welcomes you daily from 12:00 - 23:00 hrs.
9-11 Jamestown Road, Camden, Camden, NW1 7BWView Larger Map
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