Came here for my 25th birthday and hired out the 'snug' area. Was really impressed with the service and food. Will definitely come back.
Grand Union Camden
Time Out says
Posted: Wed May 1 2013
Camden based pub/restaurant serving burgers, pizzas, ribs and chicken wings during the day. By night the venue becomes more of a bar with cocktails and DJs until late.
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Average User Rating
4.9 / 5
- 5 star:6
- 4 star:1
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
My go-to place in Camden. Great service and food, and also really reasonably priced, especially if you do the pizza deal on Monday/ burgers on Tuesday. Only downside is they only close at 1am on a saturday!!
Great food, staff, drink and music. Grand Union hosted my birthday last year and everyone had a great time, will be sure to book them for staff xmas party!
I work in the local area, and spend far too much time at the GU! The atmosphere is great and the staff are friendly and efficient. 241 cocktails all night on a Thursday is such good value. 5 stars from me :)
I recently celebrated my birthday party at the Grand Union and loved it! The service was great, the food platters were delicious and the drinks were extremely reasonable at 5.50 for a double! I'll definitely be returning.
Not being the world's biggest Camdenite due to it's typically overcrowded venues and overly image-conscious inhabitants, I was very happy with my visit to the Grand Union for a friend's recent birthday. Sitting a two minute walk off the High Street, right next to Camden Road Station, it was quite the find and not what I was expecting at all. A real all-rounder. The tasteful, shabby-chic styled interior was a great backdrop to our rather eclectic gathering. Everything from what looked like paintings lifted out of a period drama to traditional Japanese fans and an array of lamps and lanterns you would do well to find on Portabello market, all whilst finding ourselves in a tiki style hut in the middle of North London, it certainly made for an interesting atmosphere! Food was top notch, with burgers, pizzas, salads and a few of their sides (*proper* onion rings always wins brownie points for me) we had a fair old spread with no real complaints. Service was great throughout and they really seemed to care about our having a good experience. We stayed on right through the evening, with discounted cocktails during the 5pm-8pm happy hour seemingly a false economy as it meant we were all still there "enjoying ourselves" till way beyond midnight. A good time had by all and a firm recommendation from me.