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CAMINO

Camino is London’s newest and finest chain of Spanish Bars and Restaurants. ‘Camino’ means road, path or way, and the identity takes it's cues from authentic Spanish street signage. The first venue is located in Cruz Del Rey (King’s Cross). The floor plan of over 500 sqm is divided into five zones; the juice bar/breakfast room, restaurant, bar lounge and courtyard. The 35m bar, one of the largest continuous bars in the UK, is formed from brick bond cork tiles with a hand beaten pewter top, complete with ancient Iberian script.

Camino is a fusion of authentic Spanish architecture and finishes with contemporary urban detailing. The murals are hand painted onto reclaimed brick and everything from the charcoal grill to the reclaimed toilet doors were sourced and imported from Spain.

The menu takes the form of a pocket-sized map that unfolds to reveal a culinary journey from ‘Vacio’ (empty) to ‘Lleno’ (full). Leading you from starters, through mains to desserts, each selection is accompanied by its recommended choice of wine.

After King's Cross,  a second venue followed in Canary Wharf, then a third in the city. The latest site at St Paul’s features a stunning cava and seafood bar in the vaulted basement.Camino was awarded 5 stars by Time Out and won 'Best Bar in Britain" in The Observer Food Monthly Awards.