The Colonel Fawcett

1 Randolph Street, Camden, London

A pub with great food, and great booze

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Address:1 Randolph Street
Camden
London
NW1 0SS
Map:Map & nearby
Venue Type:Public Houses & Inns
Region:Camden
Nearest Station:Camden Road
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday - 12pm till 12am
Sat - 11am till 12am
Sun - 11am till 11pm
Email:Send an email

Facilities & Info:
  • Smoking area
  • Party bookings accepted
  • Private hire available
  • Large screen television
  • Disabled access/facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Background music
  • Outdoor space
About: The Colonel Fawcett boasts two large outdoor areas, a function room (150 capacity) and a lounge bar/ dining area (150 capacity) - all available to hire upon request.

We can cater for couples to small groups and anything up to large parties.

Specialists in gin and real ales.

A large range of quality beers, ciders, wines and spirits are on offer.

The Colonel Fawcett's food offering is based on using seasonal British ingredients in a fresh and exciting manner.

For all food and venue bookings and enquiries either call 02072679829 or email ross@thecolonelfawcett.co.uk

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  3. Draft House Camden Road (0.1 miles)
    Camden Road, Camden, NW1 9EA



"A pub with great food, and great booze"

Review Rating: 8 / 10
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The Colonel Fawcett has been open just over a month, but you wouldn’t know to look at it. There is a steady stream of punters arriving despite this being a Tuesday evening and that it’s hidden away from pub-infested Camden High Street. Formerly the Camden Arms, it’s been given a rejuvenating, country-chic facelift; there are powder blue walls covered in distressed wood and framed paintings, rustic-looking wooden furniture, a fireplace and leather sofas. There’s enough space to prevent eavesdropping between tables, as well as a beer garden at the back, benches at the front, and a second room upstairs that occasionally screens sports.

In fact the only thing that suggests The Colonel Fawcett is still in its infancy is that there are no starters on the menu, as their full à la carte selection is not quite ready yet. What is on offer is fantastic however; a creamy fish pie is packed with chunks of cod, leek and mussels and topped with a buttery flaky pastry, served with a large mound of mustardy mash. The Colonel Fawcett burger swaps typical beef for a pork and sage patty, pairing it with a sweet roasted apple and caramelised onions, with fat chips and a mild aioli - this mammoth platter is only £6.50. The lemon cheesecake and chocolate chestnut cake are of the same delectable standard, but don’t attempt to eat the latter unless you like your chocolate seriously rich.

But it’s not just the food that’s impressive, there is an unusually vast selection of gin that includes the ubiquitous Tanqueray and Bombay Sapphire as well as other lesser known specialties produced in the UK. There are cocktails (plenty of gin-based ones as well as classic mojitos, martinis, etc.), real ales, and a more than decent wine list – there’s not a bottle of Ernest Gallo in sight.

It’s little wonder the kitchen delivers such good quality as the chefs are two young chaps formerly of Café Below, an all-day eatery in the City lauded by pretty much every London food critic. The Colonel Fawcett has managed to surpass many of its rivals in just five and a half weeks, thanks to putting the emphasis on great food, and great booze.


Leila reviewed The Colonel Fawcett on Tue 11 Oct 2011

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