Camino King's Cross

Bars and pubs, Wine bars King's Cross
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Camino King's Cross (Ed Marshall / Time Out)
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Camino King's Cross (Ed Marshall / Time Out)
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Camino King's Cross (Britta Jaschinski / Time Out)
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Camino King's Cross (Ed Marshall / Time Out)
Ed Marshall / Time Out
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Formulaic but effective, Camino gives King’s Cross punters what they need in a night out: a menu for sharing, an open courtyard for social smokers (or those pretending it’s warm enough to sit outside), Latino-inspired DJs, table football and cocktails. Tapas are a savvy blend of classics (croquetas de jamón, meat platters, patatas bravas) and the more adventurous (squid-ink rice with cuttlefish, Asturian bean stew or black pudding).

Vegetarians are also well-catered for: not often the case in meat-centric Spanish restaurants. With such an accessible menu and a focus on platters, Camino is set up for group dining – and customers even get a free small tapa with every drink on Tuesdays. You’ll need to reserve a table on a school night though, as the informal bar and sit-down restaurant both fill up quickly with sociable office workers. Fun, relaxed, and not taking itself too seriously, Camino exudes the true spirit of Spain. You won’t be blown away by the food, but you’ll be having such a good time, it won’t seem to matter.



Venue name: Camino King's Cross
Address: 3 Varnishers Yard
N1 9FD
Cross street: The Regent's Quarter
Opening hours: Bar Open noon-midnight daily. Restaurant Breakfast served 8-11am Mon-Fri; 8am-1pm Sat, Sun. Tapas served noon-3pm, 6-10.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-3pm Sun
Transport: Tube: King's Cross
Price: Tapas £2.75-£49.50. Set meal £18 tasting menu
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