The Camden Eye

Bars and pubs, Pubs Camden Town
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The Camden Eye

Few Camden boozers are this well placed - you could easily stumble in as you exit Camden Town tube. Handily there's a lot going on should you do so, from comedy and open mic nights to DJ sets and sports screenings. 

The food menu combines classic pub grub with fish and chips (popular) and dude food bits and bobs - think burgers, Philly steal sandwiches and hot dogs. It's the pizzas, cooked in an authentic wood-fired oven and all a tenner, that do the briskest of business. There's even one designed for hangovers, with an egg and mozzarella base topped with Cumberland sausage, black pudding, tomato, mushroom, bacon and baked beans. That should do the trick.

And to lubricate all the happenings? A solid range of ales (they're cask marque accredited) and a wine list with every bottle available by the glass.


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The Camden Eye says
The Camden Eye sits right in the heart of Camden Town and from here you can look out and see all that’s going on. Come and experience all you would expect from a traditional London pub.
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Venue name: The Camden Eye
Address: 2 Kentish Town Rd
Transport: Tube: Camden Town
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  • Stand-up Thursday June 29 2017

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I've been called to eat pub food in various parts of London before and always been disappointed, but drunk, because it's difficult to keep a passable bar and do good food on top of that but the Camden Eye pub may be an exception to the rule. While I couldn't beg my way upstairs - it being fully booked - we were very happy to sit in the pub, drinking cider and waiting for our table to become available. The bottles behind the bar looked very friendly and soon proved themselves pub-worthy and the only thing we lacked was chairs. As soon as these had been wrestled from other patrons (it was exceedingly busy for a Thursday night) we sat (then everyone seemed to leave) and took a look at the menu. Whilst the restaurant menu looks impressive and delicious - one day - the pizza list was enough to keep us occupied and indecisive for a good 20 minutes before picking as many different types as we could devour and ordering at the bar.