After much anticipation, Camino Shoreditch opens its doors at Principal Place, 2 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3BL.
The fifth London site from our owner and Hispanophile Richard Bigg, Camino Shoreditch is a 75-cover tapas bar and 80-cover restaurant set on the ground floor of Principal Place, with a heated 40-cover terrace for outdoor drinking and dining all year round.
B3 Designers (Lyle’s, Gymkhana, Roka) have worked their magic on the interior, which features colours inspired by the Castile y León region of Northern Spain. A combination of tiled floors, vintage posters, dusty pink walls, reclaimed timber and glass door screens, intimate booths and tan leather loose seating, the space is vibrant and relaxed.
As always, Camino’s executive chef Nacho del Campo is sourcing the very highest quality Spanish ingredients for his menu and creating new tapas exclusively for the Shoreditch site. Dishes will include Grilled Red Prawn with Basque piperrada and saffron aioli and Ibérico Pork Ribs marinated in Moscatel, with roasted apple and frisée salad to name a few.
Meanwhile, an exciting new Autumn/Winter menu will be available across all sites in time for the new season. Highlights include Duck breast with Jerusalem artichoke, ratte sautéed potatoes and Oloroso sherry sauce, Mackerel escabeche with shallot, carrot, fennel, Catalunian
Chardonnay vinegar and tarragon cress and Quesada (a Cantabrian cheesecake with Moscatel poached pear).
Camino Shoreditch is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.