Extra long donuts and pink burgers at London’s latest eatery

Five of the hottest eateries to try at Camden Market Hawley Wharf – including one or two slightly bizarre creations

Camden Market Hawley Wharf is London's newest hotspot for foodies
Camden Market Hawley Wharf is London’s newest hotspot for foodies

Calling all foodies … London’s newest eatery, Camden Market Hawley Wharf, is packed with fresh and exciting food from around the world.

From pink and blue burgers to extra long donuts and juicy Afghan kebabs, these menus will definitely make your mouth water and light up any Instagram feed.

Hawley Wharf is the latest development overlooking the Regent’s Canal with all sorts of interesting places to eat, drink and shop.

Our sister site 2Chill has put together five places to visit at Hawley Wharf for people to try.

And they include some slightly bizarre but appetizing creations.

I love burgers

Add color to your life at I Love Burger at Camden Market Hawley Wharf


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Who said burger buns should be beige? Beat the blues of winter with the most beautiful colored burger buns, which will surely brighten even the gloomiest days.

I love burgers tastes just as good as it looks, with juicy fried chicken, beef and vegan Beyond Meat burgers sandwiched between buns baked with natural food coloring.

From just £ 7.50 you can customize your light burgers with all your favorite fillings.

The black cow

America Meets the Middle East at The Black Cow in Camden Market Hawley Wharf


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Based on the concept of the Hebrew phrase ‘to open a table’, or ‘open a table’ for our guests, The Black Cow offers a unique Middle Eastern Steakhouse experience.

Their ultimate eye-catching comfort dish, Casha, combines light and peeled brick pastries with melt-in-your-mouth spicy pulled steak, Monterey Jack cheese, soft-boiled egg and harissa and truffle – for just £ 13.

The black cow serves only 100% free-range, grass-fed, traceable and sustainable British beef.


It’s #notroundhere at Longboys in Camden Market Hawley Wharf


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The days may get shorter, but donuts get longer at Longboys.

To make traditional round donuts look dull, Longboys combine a lighter brioche base with fresh fillings, such as raspberry rose litchi and pandan coconut, to create a donut that is long in flavor and short on over-the-top sweetness.

Longboys has an ever-changing menu with new favorites every month.

They have vegan, milk-free and nut-free options to keep everyone happy. And where possible, their ingredients are sustainable and ethically sourced.

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2 boys kitchen

2 Lads Kitchen brings Afghan streets to London at Camden Market Hawley Wharf


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2 boys kitchen brings authentic Afghan street food and its famous Afghan wrap to the heart of Camden.

Packed with juicy skewers of lamb fillets or grilled chicken thighs grilled on charcoal, wrapped in Afghan fresh clay oven naan and served with spicy potatoes, mixed salad, green secret sauce and a cool black pepper yogurt, the wrap has a cult-like following across town.


A matcha made in heaven at Tsujiri in Camden Market Hawley Wharf



Tsujiri is a dessert tea house specializing in all matcha. From ice cream to lattes, bubble tea and mochi.

Their matcha latte with kuromitsu warabi mochi is an all-time favorite with brown sugar totori and cassava starch.

Not only does the latte taste of a warm hug, it also looks delicious on Instagram.

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