Boss man Richard Bigg opened the first Camino in May 2007 after 25 years of travelling all over Spain.
Capturing the real essence of Spain was always the aim (and still is!), and with the opening in 2010 of London’s first sherry bar Bar Pepito opposite Camino, we became a King’s Cross institution.
Our lively bar and restaurant sprawls around a hidden courtyard, a haven from the bustle of King’s Cross St Pancras station just yards away. The courtyard comes alive in summer, full of people enjoying a frosty glass of Spanish beer, a jug of sangria or a sherry from Pepito. With outdoor heaters and plenty of seating, it’s often busy on even the coldest of evenings.
Whether you come in for breakfast (strong coffee, freshly squeezed juice and a delicious ‘Full Spanish’), a quick lunch, an indulgent graze on cava and tapas, or to sample some of the very best wines, beers and mixed drinks Spain has to offer, every experience will be real and infectious.
The bar at Camino is buzzing, especially later in the week with live DJs on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays playing the best Latin, house and party sounds until late. Even better, it’s always free entry!