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Run in tandem with Camden’s trendy Forge Music & Arts Centre, this airy light-filled restaurant/bar is a handy spot for revellers wanting sturdy British sustenance or some ‘posh nosh’ with a
European accent. ‘Gourmet ploughman’s platters’, fish and chips, curried lamb pie and T-bone steaks share the billing with pumpkin ravioli, chicken thighs stuffed with Gorgonzola or roast duck
breast with caramelised apples and pomegranate sauce, while desserts offer anything from apple and cinnamon crumble to tiramisu. There are also plenty of liquid assets at the bar, including a raft
of British cocktails such as ‘tea on the lawn’ (described as a ’thoroughly civilised’ combination of jasmine-infused gin, cucumber, lime, basil, sugar and soda), beers ranging from Meantime and
Meteor to Moretti and Menabrea, plus an interesting assortment of Italian regional wines. Weekend brunch too.
Camden has long been known as a centre for live music rather than as a food destination but with the opening of The Foundry, Camdenites, as well as visitors from outside the borough, now have somewhere they can visit safe in the knowledge that they can eat well. Attached to the arts venue The Forge, The Foundry offers an unpretentious yet civilised space for eating amongst the urban buzz. The space itself is modular and can be split into a variety of configurations with the front section hosting the bar, a restaurant section in the middle and at the back, a concert area with pride of place going to a rather sexy looking...
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Camden Town, is the land of endless kebab and fried chicken shops and where there really aren’t many real restaurants at all. Then there is The Foundry, which is a nice little restaurant off the main stretch and away from the crowds, on Delancey Street.Walking in off the street, your in the bar area which also incorporates the casual dining area...
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