You’ll find this cool-as-a-cucumber gastropub lurking in the Camden backwaters, making it an ideal refuge from the swathes of goths & teenyboppers traipsing around the market. Light pours in through huge windows in the bar area – a good job, as with all that russet wood it could look gloomy. Outside, there’s a little terrace for alfresco drinking. The kitchen takes its food seriously, but is just as happy turning out rump steak & chips, or fishfinger sandwiches smothered in tartare sauce. Grown-up flavours are apparent in monkfish with chickpea & chorizo stew, ham-hock terrine, & blood-orange & almond tart. The accessible wine list offers broad choice by the glass, & there’s a praiseworthy line-up of beers, ciders & ales: Black Sheep, Bombardier, Tuborg & Addlestones.
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