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menu is small and simple and draws from modern British dishes. We opted for the fish fingers and chips, proper chips which came with some very tasty mushy peas and tartar sauce. The fish fingers were bang on, thick battered chunks of cod that were light and crunchy. Dunk them in your tartar sauce and you’ve your own private party going on right inside your mouth. The chips are proper, old school, you can’t mess about with chips and these are how they should be done. The grilled Cajun chicken burger caught the attention of our partner in crime and the soft, juicy chicken was a treat coated in aioli mayo.

The Camden Head is an old school London boozer that does exactly what it is supposed to, serve decent ale and good grub. Setting foot inside is a welcome break from the miserable weather these days and just glancing about makes everything seem all warm and cosy. Being one of Camden’s oldest pubs gives the place its charm, if these walls could talk eh. Everything is centred around the bar that is bang in the middle and seems to have an inviting glow, maybe that’s the alcoholic in us.

The Camden Head is a crackin little boozer, it’s reasonably priced and a good place to shack up for a night of drinking with stodgy food to soak up that booze. You can also find all sorts going on in there, from music to comedy to dj’s. Get in and check it out.

The Camden Head
100 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1