Save 50% on food with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme at Camden Market | Camden Market

Supporting Camden Market's unique, independent restaurants with the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme!

Save 50% on food with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme at Camden Market

Mon 3 Aug

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Selected Camden Market traders are participating in the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out Scheme! Check out the below to see who is participating and the sorts of awesome discount you can expect to receive, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, until the 31st August. 

With the option to come back as many times as you like, you can get a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks (of up to a £10 maximum per diner) at the following restaurants:

North Yard

The Cheese Bar  – Championing Great British cheeses 

It’s All Greek To Me  – Delicious, traditional Souvlaki

FEST Camden  – Rooftop bar and restaurant with gorgeous views over Camden 

Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner – All-American, All-Vegan Diner style food

Hans & Gretel – A sugar-lovers paradise

Stables Yard 

Seventh Heaven Juices and Chocolate – Fresh juices and sweet treats

Gabeto  – All day dining and drinking, Cuban Style 

Mazz Kebab House – Fresh, homemade Kebabs 

Asador – Argentinian steaks 

Camden Lock 

Yaki Box – Fresh, homemade sushi 

Pino’s Warung  – Homemade Indonesian street food 

Camden Noodle – Chinese takeout favourites 

Churros London – Traditional, freshly-made churros, hot from the fryer

Hot Pot Camden  – Authentic Asian soups and stews 

Camden Pizza – Delicious, thin crust pizza served by the slice

Lords of Poke – California-inspired Poke

Chin Chin Labs – Europe’s first liquid-nitro ice cream 

Lili’s Cafe – Premium handmade chocolates 

Shaka Zulu  – South African-themed restaurant and bar 

West Yard 

Burger and Beyond  – Premium beef burgers 

Lockside London – Canal-side restaurant, bar and music venue

Cafe Chula –  Mexican Cantina 

The Cheese Wheel  – Freshly made, hand rolled pasta

Naan Wala  – Naan bread wraps 

Maize Blaze – Gluten free, Colombian-inspired street food 

The Mac Factory  – Delicious Mac ‘n’ cheese 

Baba G’s  – Bhangra Burgers 

Zala Grill  – Lavish Levantine Cuisine 

Arepazo Bros – Venezuelan Arepa