Restaurants in Camden

Camden is a well known melting pot for worldwide cuisine, from Chalk Farm all the way down to Camden Town; it is no surprise then, that it's also home to some of the best restaurants in London. We have put together a list of some of the best places to eat in this eclectic hot-spot, serving up a unique array of cuisines, alongside a classic selection of pub dishes that'll tickle your fancy from date night to casual dinner with friends. Check out our recommendations for the best Camden restaurants below.

Last updated on 12th November 2019




Blues Kitchen Camden

19 user reviews 4

Bottomless Brunch!

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.

Inamo Camden

119 user reviews 4

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £42 per person

Camden has all the musical heritage you could ever ask for, but their restaurants are also something to write home about. Found just shy of Mornington Crescent, join Inamo Camden not only for cocktails on their second floor terrace and interactive tables, the Pan Asian dining is quite the adventure. 

Belushis Camden

172 user reviews 4

Happy Hour! 5pm-7:30pm Monday - Friday and 6 other offers

A sports bar brimming with hunky plates? You must be at Belushi's Camden. While their screens may boast of drinks deals and the latest in sporting events, their menu is a heart aching and delicious list of burgers, buffalo wings, chips and more. All at more than affordable prices to boot. 

Shaka Zulu

37 user reviews 3

For ambience and atmosphere, Shaka Zulu is unparalleled. A wonderfully ornate Camden restaurant, Shaka Zulu brings a taste of Africa to London. They source all of their game direct from South Africa, as well as other key ingredients - the concept is to allow the ingredients to speak for themselves, with a menu devised upon stories, journeys and experiences.