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Old Eagle

Old Eagle (251 Royal College St) feels like a secret, although some would argue it belongs in Camden not Kentish really. A proper boozer with a mind-boggling variety of musical instruments dangling from its...
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Abbey Tavern

The Abbey (124 Kentish Town Road) is actually really pleasant. I say 'actually' because nobody I know goes there regularly, although, on the rare occasions when we do, we will inevitably comment on its...
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Cafe Bintang

Bintang is a Kentish Town institution, yet is still not as consistent as it should be. Oozing vibes and atmosphere, with its Malaysian shack-like interior, candle-lit tables in close proximity, and BYO wine...
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Pane Vino

Pane Vino (323, Kentish Town Road) still dishes up understated, delicious meals. Trouble is, now it feels left behind with the rash of more fashionable new openings on the street - and it's lighting and...
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Kentish Canteen

Pink lamb and borlotti beans, perfect parmesan-crusted fried chicken with rocket and aioli, a bright, contemporary interior and tables stacked high with Ottolenghi-style brownies, desserts and 'larder'...