The Horse Tunnel Restaurant, Camden

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This is the refurbishment of the old canal horse tunnel in primrose hill, into a contemporary Restaurant for the Chef, Michael Nadra. The brick arched constructed tunnel is Grade II listed and part of the tunnel network built under Camden Goods Yard in 1854-56 to move horses to and from their stables. It was connected to the Regent’s Canal towpath and at it’s peak, some 400 horses worked in the connecting yards, moving goods and shunting railway wagons.

Having worked in some of the UK’s best fine dining establishments including Gordon Ramsay’s Petrus, Chez Bruce and La Trompette, chef patron Michael Nadra produces the most exquisite food using both classic and modern techniques. An exemplary wine list featuring over 200 carefully selected bins completes the gastronomic picture. This restaurant offers an innovative dining experience within an intimate and relaxed environment of a neighbourhood restaurant.