The Camel

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Gastropub

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A wee, community-minded pub, The Camel is as close as you’ll find to a village local in edgy east London. This vintage tiled boozer occupies a cute little spot on a leafy street, behind the V&A’s Museum of Childhood. It’s all about beer, board games & people – no gastro-posturing, DJs or poncey wine lists here. The choice of beer alone is more than enough of an attraction, highlights being Sambrook’s Wandle or Junction, Freedom Four & pristine Brewers Gold. There’s food on the side – just Pieminster pies with mash, minted mushy peas & red wine gravy (all perfectly passable). The Camel’s 2006 ‘new look’ is ageing gracefully; the sun-warmed picnic tables outside & cosy corners inside are all the design details you need trouble yourself with.


Good to know about The Camel

Average Price
££££ - Under £30
Cuisines
Gastropub
Ambience
Cosy, Quiet conversation, Traditional
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating
Other Features
Dog friendly

Location for The Camel

277 Globe Road, London, E2 0JD

Opening Times of The Camel

Mon-Sun 4-11pm (Fri-Sun 11am- )

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