Camino - meaning road in Spanish - is born from owner Richard Bigg's love of all things Spanish. This place in Kings Cross does a roaring trade at breakfast which costs the same to eat in or take out. Choices include sweet and savoury croissants, toast, Tarta de Santiago (almond cake from Galicia), Churros con chocolate (light and crispy doughnut strips with hot chocolate), and free-range organic eggs with Navarran sausage or bacon as well as classics like Spanish omelette and cafe bombon (espresso with condensed milk) or cafe carajillo (espresso with brandy) served from 9am, if you're having a one of those mornings. Freshly squeezed juices at the Juice Bar come in any cominbation of red apple, pink grapefruit, plums, parsnip, beetroot, pear, cranberry, mint, blueberry, orange and carrot. Lunch and dinner are also available and head chef Nacho del Campo cooks up a delicious if select choice of traditional tapas, jamon and dishes from Mallorca to Madrid, many of which are cooked on a vast charcoal grill brought all the way from Spain.
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