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Made In Camden

Top 5: Best Bars Camden Town

Last week’s inaugural Top 5 – our NW5 Pizza special, actually a Top 7 – became quite a talking point amongst readers. So this week it’s back as a regular series, which promises to flit across the borough and beyond, highlighting places we think are worth trying out. It’s non-conclusive, non-comprehensive, and should be the …

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Best Evening Meal 2011

1. Bull & Last 2. Made In Camden 3. Queen Of Sheba And now for that most enjoyable part of the day: dinner. Votes here naturally stretched further afield, with love shown for modern British bistro Market on Parkway, Kentish Canteen, the Horseshoe (the people behind Camden Town Brewery no less) and the reinvented (and …

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Up The-

The fishcakes at Fortess Road’s longstanding gastropub only reminded Mrs Kentishtowner of why she always avoids those pesky piscine throwbacks

Don’t Cry For Me, O Martini

‘Perhaps,’ I wondered, ‘she was an illusion?’ ‘More likely,’ said Mrs Kentishtowner, ‘she was a portent of our impending doom.’ No, we weren’t discussing a Somerfield sighting of Sam Cam in baseball cap and shades; we were, however, pondering the whereabouts of a mixologist who, having served some delicious libations at Blues Kitchen, gave us …

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Made In Camden

Made In Camden should be the best thing to happen to Chalk Farm for ages. Although part of the Roundhouse, this new bar and all-day brasserie has its own entrance and vibe: cosy booths, stylish pendant lighting and big windows, through which you can observe the always-entertaining antics of the Chalk Farm Road brigade. The …

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