Camino launches new menu

March 30, 2016

Well known for their excellent, award-winning bars, Camino (King’s Cross, Monument, Blackfriars and Bankside) also offers one of London’s best tapas experiences.

Head Chef Nacho de Campo takes inspiration from his home place, the Basque Country, and other regions throughout Spain. His talent, matched with the quality of the ingredients, largely imported from the best Spanish suppliers, combine to produce ‘the best bits of Spain on one table’. Cooked as authentically as possible, using original Basque Country grills, the food is simple, yet has exceptional flavour and flair.

Nacho’s new spring menu offers not only the classics – finest cheeses, charcuteria, the very best Jamón Iberico, Chorizo de Rioja, and the Andalusian classic Gambas ajillo, but also other less familiar plates.

These include Blue fin tuna, sustainably sourced in Catalunya and served with a seaweed tartare, Baby aubergine stuffed with peppers, onion and coriander, Octopus with chickpea and beetroot puree, paprika, sea salt or Cod Brandada encased in a wood-fired pepper in a saffron cream sauce. As well as the signature Presa Iberica (shoulder of Iberico pig with sweet potato mash), meat lovers will enjoy the Asturian Rib-eye with sweet potato fries and watercress, which is dry aged for 35 days and comes from ex-dairy cows that are at least five years old. Larger platters are also available for sharing, alongside the Roasted Segovian style suckling pig for groups of 8 of more people.