SquareMeal Review of
Casa Tua Camden
This traditional Italian doesn't shy away from cliché, but once you've tried the handmade pasta and clocked the price, you’ll probably be channelling La Dolce Vita anyway. Translating as The House of Moustache, Casa Tua was founded by Giuseppe from Puglia, who (you guessed it) boasts a formidable 'tache. Positioned on a main road near Camden Road station, this informal, simple dining room is embellished with vintage vinyl and black-and-white celeb snaps. The all-day menu covers continental breakfast and brunch options, followed by a range of Puglia-centric small plates and pastas. All the pastas are made on-site daily at big sister Casa Tua King’s Cross and driven here, so if you’re after a hearty portion of quality pasta, you’ll find it here. A brief, affordable wine list also favours Puglia, while the affable staff complete a strong package.