Time Out says
A traditional Italian café-bar offering all the usual suspects.
This informal Italian café just across from Camden Road station proves a popular spot for local sorts - and not just for its ability to turn its hand to classy cocktails when night falls. It's all about an authentic Italian feel, from the ebullient, enthusiastic staff to the regional produce and the traditional, homemade food.
Dishes range from bruschetta, platters of Italian meats and cheeses and ciabatta sandwiches to risottos, spaghetti carbonara, lasagne with burrata, paccheri pasta with red cabbage and polipo grigliato with roasted potatoes.
Cocktails are made with flair and served alongside a wine list dominated by bottles from Italy.
176 Royal College St
|Transport:||Camden Rd Overground|
|Price:||Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £50.|
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Users say (15)
Average User Rating
4.9 / 5
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- 4 star:1
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Best Coffe on town !
Every morning I love to come a grap my Coffe on my way to work ! A hones smile and lovely welcome is what Casa Tua keep me come every morning !
I used to work near Casa Tua and thought it seemed like a little oasis of loveliness! Wonderful atmosphere, perfect morning coffee, super yum lunchtime sandwiches.
A warm, friendly and atmospheric restaurant serving very good, beautifully presented food. I highly recommend you try it!!!!
Amazing people food, drinks and coffee. Doesn't matter if you drop by just for coffee or for a full on dinner it feels like an extension of your living room!
One of London's best places to eat. "A Home away from Home"..Always a very warm welcome, great food....that offers an authentic taste of Italy....:).... and a fab wine list that compliments it....and most of all....its wonderful service....I have visited often when I am in London and it never varies....:)....I give it 5 star rating...as it is rare to find place that has continuity of the above in abundance!...Good Luck...:)...
A little place in a big family. At "Casa Tua" you can enjoy a great coffee (The best in London for me), a incredible food (seeing is believing) and have a good company (with family, friends or the staff too if you want) in a beautiful italian place.
I've noticed something. Camden/Kentish Town is full of gems located on rather crap stretches of the two areas. Casa Tua being one of them. Sandwiched between a dodgy caff and a protein shop, Casa Tua is a little taste of Italy that packs a friendly, welcoming and pretty tasty punch. Serving rocket fuel-esque Italian coffee, familiar Italian lunches and some quite delicious fresh pasta, you can get a good, speedy feed for well under a tenner. And have change leftover for an home-baked pistachio biscuit. With flavours from Puglia & Bologna (the owners' homes), it's worth the morning rush-hour crush on the Overground, so you can sprint across Camden Road and seek solace in a proper Italian cappuccino. Oh and maybe get the bruschetta. If you want.