Monday, 26 September 2011

Pub Review: The Colonel Fawcett, Camden

The Colonel Fawcett

On Saturday I went to the launch party of The Colonel Fawcett pub located in the back streets of Camden.

The clientele mixed between locals who have lived in the area for years to trendies excited about a new spot in town. The venue was heaving as the night continued until 2am (drinking downstairs and dancing upstairs) and there was a queue of eager punters desperate to get in from as early as 9pm.

As an early bird I got to sample quite a few of the free drinks and a delicious array of canapés which included mini battered fish with pea and mint dip and tartar sauce, fig with nougat and crème fraiche and gorgeous creamy white chocolate balls.

After tasting what was on offer and having a sneak peak at the daily menu (British dishes made from fresh, seasonal produce), I am keen to book a table soon, as I expect it will be a pub meal to remember.

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