There’s been a few changes over at the Brewery’s Kentish Town Road outpost of late.
The upshot is that their newish pub Camden’s Daughter officially re-opens next Monday 11th April, with a handy soft launch this weekend – including 50% off all meals, in fact.
The decent range of both Camden and other beers on draft remains, but the big news is the grub. Out goes fast-food kebabs and in comes a Robata (or indoor barbecue) grill, with quality meat sourced from Paddock Farm and Butchery in Oxfordshire.
“What’s on offer will change regularly depending on what the farm has for us,” says Daughter’s Zoe Wulfsohn-Dunkley. “It could be stuffed porchetta one day, and slow-cooked lamb the next, served in a bun or with salad. We’ll also have a special take on ‘beer can chicken’, and grilled halloumi with veggies, all cooked on the grill.”
And there’ll be handmade sausage rolls, pork pies, plus a full range of sides and salads. Better still, everything on the menu is under a tenner.
On the weekends you can expect a brunch menu of hash and eggs with sausages and bacon, plus filter coffee and Crosstown doughnuts all day. And, says Wulfsohn-Dunkley, “even the soft serve ice-cream machine hasn’t been immune to a make-over. We’ll be serving up our own home made flavours and toppings ready for the summer.”
Finally, the interior has had a spruce-up too, with new German beer hall style tables and benches. The idea is simply “to accommodate lots more people, whether they’re in for a few beers or to eat.” Fair enough.