Despite the flaky weather around these parts, ’tis the season to totally eat al fresco. So when a slick Spanish outfit like Camino invites you for tapas in London at their new site (which has an outdoor terrace AND gin bar that’s just yards away from the new Tate Modern), and it’s a bottomless brunch, you say yes. Happily.
Plus, this is the point where I admit, while I’ve enjoyed my fair share tapas over the years, I haven’t eaten at Camino before. Nope, never. But now I know what I’ve been missing – wonderful, well-made spanish dishes with like arroz negro (black rice made with cuttlefish and alioli), gambas ajillo (garlic prawns), a selection of charcuteria meats, and the tortilla de patata (TOO GOOD).
The bottomless tapas brunch also gets you unlimited cava or mimosas for £25 and runs from 11-3:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays – so the next time you’re around those parts and the weather’s on point, heading here would be a good shout. And did I mention they do an amazing tortilla? Check out pics from my recent visit below:
Have you eaten at Camino? Let us know in the comments!