Camden is one of my favourite places in London. It has quirky shops, live music and great food.
As we hadn’t been in quite some time, we decided to make a day of it.
A car selfie as we drove to Camden.
Despite being cold, it was gloriously sunny day and lovely walking around.
We admired the street art.
Much of it inspired by the late Amy Winehouse, who sadly passed away at her home in Camden in 2011.
We browsed the unique and fun shops.
Listened to buskers performing along the streets, before heading to the KERB food market.
Our first stop was at V Burger, a vegan burger joint.
We had a Feisty Falafel burger each and it was good! So good that I already want another one.
The next stall we visited was Oli Baba’s, which sells halloumi fries.
I’m pretty fussy when it comes to halloumi and how it’s cooked, as I often find it can be too chewy and rubbery.
However, the way Oli Baba’s cook halloumi is perfection! The flavours from the mint, yoghurt and pomegranate seeds also worked so well.
After food, we explored the shops inside the main market.
Then after a couple of hours, we’d worked up an appetite and walked back to KERB.
We queued at The Cheese Wheel stall which is super popular. They make and cook fresh pasta, before spinning the pasta around in a giant wheel of cheese.
The pasta was nice enough, but in my opinion it was no better than a cheap, cheesy pasta you could make yourself. My partner ate most of this and whilst I’m glad we tried it, I wouldn’t have it again.
The final stall we visited was for churros.
With a chocolate and caramel dip they was just amazing!
After a fun day exploring Camden, we jumped back in the car and headed home.