The Camel, Bethnal Green - pub details
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|First visit last week , excellent beers , good Bar staff , didnt eat but the food coming out looked good and was popular - Will go back .|
gphillman - 24 Jan 2014 10:50
|Superb back street pub just off Roman Road.|
Has been lovingly restored and is now a trendy pub with wooden flooring throughout and nice little retro touches.
4 ales on pumps, 2 ciders, 5 ales and lagers on draught and a large choice of bottled beers.
All brewers represented were even local or within 20 miles.
I had a pint of American Pale Ale from the Hackney Brewery, a new beer and brewery on me and it was of a very high standard.
A really good quality local...get yourself in if you haven't been before or for a while.
lezford - 2 May 2013 14:13
|Not a fan of this bar at all, very small, bar staff seem more focused on chatting as opposed to serving drinks (I know that Guinness is supposed to settle during pouring, but waiting 4 minutes from it being poured to being given the beer is ridiculous, especially when me and the boyfriend are the only people in the pub)|
Also when it does get busy it tends to be media types/hipsters, it is also quite expensive.
Mrs_W - 25 Jan 2013 12:36
|Not bad at all. Brewers Gold and Sambrooks beers on draft. Food was a nice selection of pies (served with mash, and mushy peas). Tasted good.Would happily go back.|
dan76uk - 2 Nov 2012 08:40
|Rather groovy, dimly-lit bar with decent ale and chilled out, youthful vibe. Barman was a surly slob, mind.|
curioushistory - 8 Apr 2012 17:27
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