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.
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.
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.
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.