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Arlington Lofts Global Eats

Global Eats

Camden’s eclectic restaurant scene opens up a world of flavours: starting in King’s Cross, the acclaimed German Gymnasium offers European-inspired cuisine in a historic high-ceilinged building.

In prosperous Primrose Hill, the Gordon Ramsay-owned York & Albany gastropub attracts London’s most discerning foodies; while on your doorstep, tuck into Café Chula’s spicy fish tacos, or dine on a succulent Argentine steak at La Patagonia.


NW1 Nightlife

Camden’s strong musical heritage has long attracted a cultural crowd. In this much loved corner of the capital, residents move to electro-indie beats at Proud, or enjoy the smooth sounds of jazz at the aptly-named Jazz Café.

Another Camden favourite is The Blues Kitchen, where Bourbon whisky and Texan barbecue ribs are served to the soundtrack of southern soul music.

Cultural Hotspots

Cultural Hospots

Arlington Lofts residents have a list of London landmarks at their fingertips. The iconic Roundhouse in Camden hosts cutting-edge theatre, music and dance performances by legendary international artists.

Minutes away in King’s Cross is The British Library, housed in a magnificent Grade I listed building. The magical open air theatre in Regent’s Park is a summer night-time fixture, showing a range of dynamic productions under a canopy of stars.

A Bespoke Lifestyle

Style & Sustenance

Camden’s internationally acclaimed markets are the places to go for leather goods, vintage wear and freshlymade global eats.

A block away from Arlington Lofts, Camden High Street is lined with fashionable shops.Here, residents can also stock up on fresh groceries at Waitrose, or head to Whole Foods for a choice of healthy, organic fare. In Primrose Hill, Cowshed’s farmhouse kitchen and treatment rooms offer a haven of relaxation for stylish North Londoners.