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Ten Reasons To Visit Camden Passage London N1

My ten reasons to visit Camden Passage, Islington, London N1, gives you an overview of this picturesque car-free street. Many people visit because of the various market stalls selling antiques, vintage and bric-a-brac. It’s also a great place to browse independent shops like Loop for knitters, Posh Totty for jewellery lovers and Magpie Vintage for upcycled fans. Various restaurants satisfy your food cravings no matter the time of day. Fill up on Pancakes and Eggs at the Breakfast Club, Eastern Mediterranean meals at Brother Marcus or Austrian cuisine at Kipferi. For a sweet treat, it has to be Crepeaffaire with Nutella-infused Crepes. You’ll also find various gourmet food speciality stores selling artisan cheeses.

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Ten reasons to visit Camden Passage List:

1. Discover antique treasures from one of the market stalls
2. Join the knitting and crochet enthusiasts at Loop
3. Buy beautiful jewellery from Posh Totty
4. Find upcycled vintage clothing from Magpie Vintage
5. Treat yourself to a delicious dinner at Frederick’s
6. Enjoy Eggs and Pancakes at The Breakfast Club
7. Feast on Eastern Mediterranean meals at Brother Marcus
8. Try Austrian cuisine at Kipferl Restaurant and Patisserie
9. Satisfy your sweet tooth at Crepeaffaire
10. Pick up gourmet food and wine speciality shops

My Favourite Ten Reasons To Visit Camden Passage

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1. Delve into the world of antiques, vintage clothing, jewellery and objects at Camden Passage Markets. Pierrepont Arcade offers antiques on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, while Thursdays showcase a vibrant vintage clothing market. Charlton Place, situated in the heart of Camden Passage, features a covered market area on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The market is a treasure trove of vintage, retro clothes, artwork, bric-a-brac, and more. Walk around the area to discover antique and vintage shops selling lighting and other treasures.

camden passage islington loop

2. Join the knitting enthusiasts at Loop, a haven for crafters. Immerse yourself in a colourful and inspiring world of wool, patterns, and haberdashery. You can enhance your skills by participating in their knitting and crochet classes. Visit Loop at 15 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA.

camden passage islington posh totty jewellery

3. Admire exquisite jewellery pieces from Posh Totty. Explore their rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings crafted with recycled silver and gold. Don’t miss their popular Russian ring and personalised name necklaces. Posh Totty also offers charming greeting cards and gorgeous gifts. Find them at 41 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA.

camden passage islington magpie vintage shop

4. Step into the world of luxury upcycled fashion and premium vintage clothing at Magpie Vintage. Discover their seasonless, handmade and vibrant garments that redefine style. Explore Magpie Vintage at 3 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA.

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5. Treat yourself to a delightful dining experience at Frederick’s. This contemporary restaurant and bar offer a relaxed ambience and a diverse menu of modern European cuisine. From Dressed Colchester Crab to Angus Beef Carpaccio and Miso Black Cod, their dishes are sure to please. Visit Frederick’s at Camden Passage, London N1 8EG.

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6. Enjoy a delectable breakfast at The Breakfast Club. They cater to all taste preferences with a wide selection, including Nashville Fried Chicken Benedict, Huevos Rancheros and All American Pancakes. Head to 31 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA, for a tasty start to your day.

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7. Immerse yourself in the flavours of the Eastern Mediterranean at Brother Marcus. Share a delightful array of Mezze dishes with your friends and try their fabulous Baklava sandwich with Pistachio Ice Cream and Honey. Discover Brother Marcus at 37-39 Camden Passage, London N1 8EA.

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8. Experience the taste of Austria at Kipferl Restaurant and Patisserie. Run by Austrians, this authentic eatery serves delightful dishes such as Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs for Breakfast, Small Plates for Lunch, and enticing Mains like Weiner Schnitzel, Beef Cheeks and Spinach Dumplings. Treat yourself to Austrian Cuisine, Cakes and Wine at 20 Camden Passage, London N1 8ED.

camden passage islington crepeaffaire

9. Satisfy your sweet tooth at Crepeaffaire, offering a variety of tempting Crepes. From Nutella options, including the luscious Banana Split, their Crepes are perfect for Breakfast or Lunch. Find them at 51-53 Camden Passage, London N1.

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10. Embark on a culinary adventure at Camden Passage’s Gourmet Food and Wine speciality shops. You’ll enjoy the premium offerings at Buns From Home (Sweet Buns), Badiani (Gelato), Paul A Young (Chocolates), Pacific Wines (California, Oregon and Washington Wines), Le Coq Epicier (French Wine, Cheese and more), Moxtons (Fishmongers), Pistachio & Pickle (Artisan Cheese, Pickles, Chutneys), The Passage Pantry (Deli) and Bird & Blend Tea Co (Teas).

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Helpful Information About Camden Passage

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For more information, visit the Camden Passage website and the Camden Page on Wikipedia. To visit Camden Passage, travel to Angel Station on the Northern Line, and it’s a short walk from there. I recommend you venture up the side streets branching off Camden Passage to explore other shops and cafes.

Katsute 100 islington

As you approach Camden Passage via Islington High Street, you’ll pass by a few other exciting businesses. I love Katsute 100 Japanese Tea Room. With Matcha Lattes and Iced Lychee Black Tea, you’ll enjoy the selection. Try one of their delivery cakes like the Yuzu Financier, Black Sesame Cheesecake or Matcha Crepe Cake. You’ll find them at the start of Camden Passage, 100 Islington High St, London N1 8EG. They have an idyllic garden.

islington haygen lifestyle store

I also like Haygen, a concept store selling a curated collection of clothing, footwear, bags and gifts. Homeware includes candles, tea towels, mugs, cushions, vases and tableware. It’s a haven of stylish objects to lift your mood. Their address is 114 Islington High Street, London N1 8EG.

While you are in the area, these articles may be of interest:

Ten Things To Do In Angel Islington

Fredericks Restaurant Islington

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Please check that the places I referenced in this article are still in business before you visit to avoid disappointment.