Trendy Camden-themed restaurant opens at STN
SSP has opened a new concept called The Camden Bar & Kitchen at London Stansted Airport.
Two floors and with seating for 350, the 700 square meter restaurant features a full service premium bar on the upper level and a bar and deli for ‘grab and go’ convenience on the lower level.
The new outlet draws inspiration from the capital’s trendy Camden area and its famous market stalls. The lower level bar has an industrial feel and colorful flamboyance. A green steel central stairway connects the ‘engine room’ kitchen and the restaurant upstairs. To reflect London’s artistic community, The Camden Bar & Kitchen has worked with a group of post graduate students from St. Martin’s College to create the mural of London’s renowned street food scene. Local graffiti artists, the Graffiti Kings, have also created visually engaging artwork on the walls.
The morning menu includes a “Rise & Dine” featuring classic breakfast dishes, and the main menu features traditional classics such as fish and chips, steak, egg and chips and healthy salads, alongside double stacker burgers and Thai and Indian influenced street food.
The Camden Bar & Kitchen menu also features a variety of Camden street food vendors that are added on the menu. Starting with Baba G’s, the menu offers spice-filled treats including the Crazy Lamb Jalfrezi Burger. The new outlet showcases a changing selection of the most exciting London street food, offering a truly authentic menu to visiting tourists passing through the airport.
Local beers including Camden Hells Lager and Camden Pale Ale from Camden Town Brewery are also on offer, alongside other premium beers, wines and a selection of cocktails.
Another unique feature in The Camden Bar & Kitchen is the "Glow Zone", a unique power charging zone within the bar which houses LED light pads as well as wireless charging points. These illuminate when customers charge their phones, creating an eye-catching effect.