The Best Home Delivery Restaurants In Camden

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The Best Home Delivery Restaurants In Camden

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Iberico ham. Dreamy. Photo: Helen Graves.

Camino

This little tapas bar in King’s Cross uses carefully selected ingredients. The potato tortilla is made with Old Cotswold Legbar eggs from the superlative Clarence Court for example, and there’s some top Iberico ham on offer of course. We struggle to think of anything better than having a selection of this delivered directly to our door. Perhaps a bottle of cava on the side as well.

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Chicken Shop

When Chicken Shop came onto the scene they did something genuinely unique — cooking and serving chicken in a casual environment and doing it well, but not frying it. The chickens are spun slowly on a rotisserie, dripping with juice, the skin crisp and taut. Their hot sauces are house-made and the hottest one is truly addictive, adding just enough heat and vinegar to keep you coming back for more. We’re also big fans of their butter lettuce salad, which feels very British: soft, reserved and well dressed.

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Khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread of wonders). Photo: Helen Graves.

Iberia – Authentic Georgian

We never thought we’d be saying this, but you can actually have Georgian food delivered to your door. This country, in the shadow of the Caucasus mountains, has an exciting cuisine which is a result of influences from its neighbouring countries, such as Turkey, Russia and Azerbaijan. Pkhali are a little balls made from spinach and walnuts - perfect spread onto bread. Lobio is a classic, rich bean stew, and khachapuri is an absolute must try — a spectacular bread stuffed with cheese, available as regional variations all over Georgia. Khinkali should also be tried — a very traditional dumpling, which is filled with meat and black pepper. A wonderful cuisine which is under represented in London.

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Marine Ices

This gelato shop has been serving the area since the 1930s and was once part of a much larger restaurant serving savoury food. Now they specialise in gelato and will, remarkably, deliver it to your door. Flavours include salted caramel, dulce de leche and old school classics like mint choc chip and our favourite, rum and raisin. Kids, stay away — we're keeping this one all for ourselves.

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Turn baby turn - rotisserie chicken. Photo: Chicken Shop/ Facebook

Viet Baguette

Despite the name this Vietnamese café serves more than just bánh mi. The food is simple but fresh and vibrant. We like their summer rolls — rice paper rolls with prawns, salad, rice noodles and herbs served with a dipping sauce, and their vermicelli noodle salads or bun sa, which come with a variety of toppings such as lemongrass chicken or tofu. Pho is of course a Vietnamese classic, made with a broth, sliced meats, noodles and herbs. It’s restorative and soothing. And delicious.

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You'll be hooked (sorry) on these fish and chips. Photo: Hook.

Hook

If you fancy changing up your fish and chips of a Friday night then Hook is the place for you. Fish comes coated in the lightest of crumbs — the Japanese panko — which is super crisp and greaseless. There are also lots of variations, such as Jamaican jerk panko coated hake, which comes with seaweed salted chips. Sides are along the likes of wakame and cucumber pickle (we bet you didn’t see that one coming), and celeriac, fennel and mustard seed slaw. Chips aren’t run of the mill either, with flavoured salts and dips like garlic and truffle.

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Arancini Bros

Arancini are little fried balls of risotto which originated in Sicily. The Arancini Bros are masters of their trade and sell their balls in batches, which can be biked to your door. Enjoy these crispy delicacies on their own with dips, or supercharge them with added wraps, burgers and stews (perfect for dunking). Fries are available too because, well, fries.

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By Helen Graves, Londonist Food & Drink Editor.

Last Updated 28 September 2018