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Zen Sai
London | Malaysian Restaurants
5
Classy oriental with a soulful twist.
Zensai is a rather attractive proposition for a night of wining & dining in the heart of Camden Town. Decked out like a cross between "A Clockwork Orange" and a Buddhist temple the ambience is elegent but fun. The fabulous clear perspex bar embedded with a kaleidescope of coloured rock slices sets the tone of space-age fantasy and the range of amazing cocktails really is out of this world. It's a great place to drink and relax, or dance to the rare groove soundtrack provided by the resident DJs, or enjoy some of the finest pan-oriental cuisine in the upstairs dining area where the tone is set by the exotic plants, water features and Buddhist motifs. The staff are attentive and knowledgeable and do their best to guarantee you a wonderful experience. You can't really go wrong with such a winning formula.
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The Lock Tavern
London | Pubs
4
Summertime frolicks in Camden Town.
Situated just opposite Camden Town's Stables Market, The Lock Tavern is a splendid place to while away a sunny summer's afternoon or evening with its luscious garden bar and terrace. Somewhat labyrinthian in layout it is decked out downstairs with comfy leather sofas and has a classy but cool atmosphere. Usually rammed with Camden's finest trendy young things, there are weekend gigs upstairs and the place exudes that "happening" Camden vibe. They also do reasonable pub grub and the usual british selection of beers. The main attractions are the locale, the foliage bedecked garden and the indie music oriented terrace. A fine place to sink a few ales with a few good mates and the scenery of the female kind (and male I've been told) is generally easy on the eyes. If the doormen like you they'll even give you a VIP card, whatever that's for.
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5
Camden's Last Chance Saloon
Ever found yourself stumbling down Camden High Street after being turfed out of every pub at closing time but still with the will to party driving you on into the night? Welcome to the Marathon Bar, Camden's hazy crazy last chance saloon! Is it a kebab shop, is it a bar, or is it the final resting place for Camden Town's die hard alcoholics and desperados? Herein you will find all manner of drunken cheerfulness and legendary French rock n roller Daniel strumming his geetar and skwawking his glorious way through Chuck Berry songs. They dance, they sing, they drink, they eat kebabs, they flirt until the wee small hours when it really is the end, unless you catch word of the evening's house party where a trip to the nearest offy in Kentish Town for a bottle of cheap vodka will gain you entrance and the debauchery will continue till god knows when.
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5
Fringe at it's best!
The Arcola Theatre is a delightfully enchanting little theatre bar just off the high street in the heart of Dalston. I've experienced a huge range of theatrical pleasures in this place which offers experimental, community-based, home-grown up and coming writers, directors and performers a venue to show off their work. The bar itself is charming offering wine, beer and spirits at good prices and there's always a young, interesting crowd packing the place out. The two theatres provide a constantly changing range of stimulating productions at cheap prices. Best of all, every tuesday it's pay what you want, an effort to get the local community interested. Highly recommended for a good-value entertaining night out.
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Dublin Castle
London | Pubs
5
Best Sunday Night Out in Camden
Most of the best indie bands of the last 20 years have paid their dues in this legendary Camden watering hole. With 3 or 4 live bands, 6 nights a week, it's THE venue to discover new music and mingle with members of the up and coming music scene. An Irish family-run pub in the heart of Camden Town, it's always lively, full of young alternative types and has late opening to 2pm most nights. Some of my most drunken, decadent and fun nights have been spent at this place. Sundays nights are particulary good with excellent DJs and a pretty crazy last chance saloon vibe. Supposedly a new busload of beautiful Swedish girls arrives here every saturday night so it's always a good pulling point if you fancy your chances. Recommended.
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The Good Mixer
London | Pubs
5
Best pub in London
Amy Winehouse's regular and for good reason! Where else in London can you check in after a stroll through the market and enjoy a great jukebox, a pint of Guinness, a game of pool, and the company of the Camden's finest hip and groovy young alcoholics? Oh and they have a lovely collection of horse paintings on the walls, the scruffiest decor of any pub in London, lot's of beggars outside from the local hostel, toilets that leave much to be desired, but none of that matters because, you see, this is the world famous (in certain circles), cool and incomparable Mixer! At the weekends the huge crowd gathered outside has a festival atmosphere and it's the best place to find out the latest gossip, parties, happenings in Camden. It's located on Inverness Street, the Sunset Strip of Camden and has the lovliest Scottish doorman in the world, Alan. Say hello to him next time you go.
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5
Top spot to drink in Dungannon
I've been drinking here for the past twenty years and it's always been my favourite pub in the town. It's always pretty busy with a good mix of people. On thursdays there's always a live rock band and other nights have traditional music sessions. At the weekends there's a disco upstairs and other events such as singing contests run throughout the year. The decor is fabulous with a kind of modern art nouveau style and it's very clean and comfortable. They have a very good and reasonably priced lunch menu. There's also a sheltered smoking area at the back which gets quite lively. Beer prices are reasonable and the staff are always friendly and welcoming. It's usually open till 1 or 2 am at the weekends and all in all is a great place to go out with friends or meet some of the locals.
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