In Spanish culture, the tapas dining experience is all about enjoying the company of friends and family, having fun and visiting lively bars. Camino ticks all of these boxes. An authentic taste of Spanish cuisine is found at Camino's Monument site. A bright, rustic tapas bar located not far from the waterside makes for a lively, vibrant dining spot.
The Camino restaurants are co-ordinated by executive chef Nacho del Campo who brings his Vitoria roots to London through fresh, authentic ingredients in dishes that showcases his passion and creativity for Spanish cuisine. Sustainability is a huge part of the restaurant's ethos with sustainabily-sourced meat and an emphasis on recycling.
The tapas menu takes you on a journey through classic Spanish cuisine with ham croquetas, anchovy skewers and cheese fritters with Extramaduran sheep cheese taking pride of place in the first section of the menu. For meat-lovers, there is a great choice of cured and aged meats from Serrano ham to Iberico ham to spicy chorizo; pair this with some of the cheese selections like Manchega sheep cheese or smoked cow cheese from Cantabria for a beautiful Spanish feast.
Camino prioritises the Spanish culture of dining with friends and family through its selection of tapas dishes that are perfect to share alongside one of the wines from the extensive wine list. Choose between veggie, seafood and meat tapas or if you're in a group of eight or more, why not try the whole slow-roasted Segovian style suckling pig, although 48 hours notice is required to get that slow-roasted meat!
Finish off with some Spanish desserts that can be paired with a dessert wine or Spanish sherry to complement the sweet flavours. Enjoy all Camino has to offer in terms of food alongside their great array of drinks. With wines from all across Spain, cava, and cocktails showcasing Spanish liqueurs, Camino is certain to get you and your friends joining in with the vibrant, authentic atmosphere.