Monday, August 25, 2014

Edinboro Castle, Camden

57 Mornington Terrace

The Edinboro Castle, claims to be "Camden's most welcoming pub" and is tucked between Camden's center and Regent's Park. It has a big beer garden or courtyard out the front which was packed on the Saturday evening we visited, but we managed to find some space inside. We were primarily there to meet up with friends, but we did eat too. The menu had a mix Brit pub classics and some more off road options.

I had the wild salmon fish cakes which were a little smaller than I expected but tasty and came with lemon creme fraiche, wedges and 'slaw.

The whitebait was tasty, but unless you are a true connoisseur is probably best shared given the fairly generous serve of the mini fish!

 The southern fried chicken came with chips, coleslaw and pickle dip, and satisfied our friend.

The service was good for a packed pub, and I was happy with the food we had. I'd probably not head back specifically for a meal, but if you are there and hungry, it's worth grabbing a bite.

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