Best Restaurants In Camden

NW1 is a well-known melting pot for worldwide cuisine, from Chalk Farm down to Camden Town; it is no surprise then, that Camden's restaurants know how to make a name for themselves. To help you navigate eating your way around the markets and its famous canal (with our helpful advice for a drink nearby after), we've put together a list worthy of sitting down and spending the time at, from pizza to more far-flung flavours. 

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Last updated on 23rd May 2024




Lost Souls Pizza

Head to Lost Souls Pizza in Camden, where the signature slices come served on charcoal bases with quirky toppings and a nostalgia-filled 80s backdrop. Celebrating horror movies with a hint of retro, Lost Souls is a perfect stop for grizzly superfans of the vampire genre, pairing their meal with a creative cocktail selection. Better yet? They're reopening soon following a tragic fire, so prepare to load up on slices once more.

Lockside Camden

Kick back with Lockside for a fairly relaxed dining experience, but an altogether delicious one. With views over Regents Canal (great in the summer) and a cool industrial vibe, they're happy to steal your time from lunch until the evening. The menu is something of a contemporary British hybrid, where burger lovers can short rib wedged between buns, or the Sunday-obsessed can have a roast, with Cotswold white chicken on the menu with all the trimmings for a keen £17.

Blues Kitchen Camden

Next up, Blues Kitchen brings a smattering of the US to the North London streets, and is one of the top restaurants in London for American dishes. Inspired by the dive bars of the Deep South, the menu at Blues Kitchen is full of soul food, including BBQ ribs and chicken, Gumbo, Jambalaya or their legendary Blues Kitchen Chilli. Enjoy a night of US style indulgence at Blues Kitchen, one of our favourite Camden restaurants.

Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong on Camden's Chalk Farm Road is serving up a selection of plates from China, Japan, Thailand and Taiwan, with dining guests able to enjoy everything from sushi tacos and ramen to a personal favourite of ours, the bao. Not only will they keep you full, entertainment is key, as you pair up cocktails with East Asian influences with digital beer pong tables and private karaoke rooms.

The Prince Albert Camden

The Prince Albert is arguably one of the best restaurants in London for traditional British grub. All of its meat and ingredients are responsibly and locally sourced so you can rest assured that your meal have come from a good home. For a comfort food, head down to The Prince Albert, one of our favourite restaurants in Camden.