From Our Editors
The nightlife of Camden spills all over the Camden Stables Market, located only a short walk away from Chalk Farm Tube station, inviting guests from other parts of London to join the festivities. The atmosphere is in part thanks to Fest Camden, who provide parties, singalongs and live entertainment to remember. The venue offers private hire of one of the individually styled stables, providing patrons with access to the club, hostess service and a themed menu with each party. Alongside those, outdoor roof gardens can be enjoyed where hanging plants, lush greenery and pergola bring a touch of nature to the busy city life while amenities like a bar serving cocktails, ales and pizzas and daily live music keep the fun going. The Birdcage Cabaret is a weekly feature that showcases talent in burlesque, comedy, circus and magic - an enchanting end to every week.
Wonderful experience! Just I recommend to call as well for them. I think I gonna come back!:)
Amazing experience with lovely food and entertainment! Would definitely recommend
Don't miss this! We had an amazing time, the food, the entertainment and the atmosphere were amazing. Would definitely return
Excellent evening with a fabulous cabaret. Only gripe was that with four in a booth, its a bit of a squash!!
Brilliant evening and good food!!
Caberat acts and atmosphere was fantastic! Great night out. Only let down was that after booking, our reservation was not found on arrival. Then was given a last minute table which was not very comfortable. Food was okay. But thankfully cocktails were fantastic!! Be warned you may be sat at a table with other people. Venue small and spaces limited.
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This review is for the lunchtime pizza deal only. It has no relevance to those looking for one of the entertainment deals.
I thought I had come to the wrong place. All the photos were of a rather nice looking venue but I was confronted with a rustic looking terrace and was surprised to learn that this is where lunch is served.
There is a roof, but instead of walls there are Perspex sheets, great for a bit of protection on a nice day, but this wasn't a nice day (despite being in the middle of July) and I wasn't dressed for outside conditions. I was cold and a little wet.
"All you can eat" seems to mean one pizza. If you want more, I guess that they will make you another but you'll have to ask as you won't be offered more.
I couldn't find a choice of moctails on the menu, but that's because there is no choice. You are served with a tall red drink whether you want it or not. It was actually quite pleasant.
For the pizza you do get a choice. The menu price is £13.50 or thereabouts so based on the menu price, the Groupon deal is good value. However, if I had paid £13.50 I would have sent my pizza right back as I like them a little less rubbery and a little more edible.
If you visit on a nice warm day and you're not fussy about your pizza or drink, then this is a great restaurant.
It didn't work for me. It's one star for the friendly waitress and one star because I don't like leaving one star reviews when I emerge without dissentry.
The show was amazing however everything was very unorganised we had random people we never knew shoved onto our table without even discussing it with us so we had a meal with complete strangers after paying through groupon booking the table and then paying the surcharge and receiving all the receipts and confirmation of table booked we arrived to be told that we hadn't got a confirmed table.
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