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Rahul Parekh
Rahul Parekh
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  • 20th November 2019

Camden area guide

Famous for its buzzing and vibrant atmosphere, the moment you walk out of the tube station, you’ll know you’re in Camden Town. Camden really has it all, from the celebration of diversity to the hotspots of culture. When you visit Camden, you’ll soon realise that you are in a cosmopolitan metropolis full of opportunity and potential.

Read our comprehensive Camden Area Guide for everything you need to know about Camden.

The area:

Camden offers an ever-changing hub of social activity. Just like much of London, Camden’s shops are always moving and its buildings transforming, however, it's the youthful energy and edge which makes Camden an attractive lure for many still remains.

Located on the north side of Regents Park, Camden offers an attractive environment for workers and visitors as well as quality of life to challenge anywhere in London. It has undergone regeneration projects and with favourable and strong transport links to key areas in Central London, businesses are taking full advantage of the office space availability Camden has to offer.

Getting Around:

Accessing the neighbouring areas couldn’t be easier with transport connections from Camden Town, Camden Road and Camden Chalk located within the borders of the area. Local bus links run frequently, connecting you into Central London and the areas to the north, east and west.

Things to do in Camden:


Sticking with its characterful varied environment, you’ll find your standard eateries as well as bustling market stalls perched by Camden Lock. Home to a staggeringly wide array of international cuisines, from Venezuelan arepas to Caribbean Jerk Chicken, you’ll find something to suit every palate. If fine dining is more your style, Camden offers its fair share of spotlight restaurants to wet your appetite. Here are our best places to eat in Camden:


Step inside this glorious venue on Kentish Town Road for delicious pan-Asian cuisine. The menu from this tasteful restaurant provides samples from Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines.

Shaka Zulu:

Shaka Zulu, London’s largest South African restaurant, opened in 2010 with a special blessing from the Zulu kings, HRH Goodwill Zwelthini. The heart of the restaurant is where the ‘Theatre of Food’ comes alive. The world class chefs stoke the fires to create a multitude of wondrous dishes from the best and freshest ingredients in the open plan kitchen.

Ma Petite Jamaica:

London’s first Caribbean diner, Ma Petite Jamaica serves the most authentic Jamaican food. Their award-winning rum cocktails and jerk chicken make this restaurant the place to dine in Camden.


As the cradle of counterculture and the home to tonnes of live music, Camden is the ideal place for a lively night out. Whether you’re meeting up with friends for a Friday night catch up or looking to party though the night, Camden really has it all to offer.

Working in Camden:

Companies can find a wide range of top-quality flexible workspaces in Camden with fabulous breakout spaces, stunning event spaces, attention grabbing roof terraces and incredible conference rooms.

Looking for office space in Camden?

With access to the best offices in Camden, Office Freedom is perfectly placed to help you find the perfect Office Space in Camden for your business. Our expertise in the market is second to none and our experienced consultants will listen to your requirements and secure the perfect new office space to suit your needs. Whilst there are many flexible workspaces on offer in Camden, here are a couple of our top picks:

Hawley Crescent, NW1:

Situated in the beating heart of creative Camden, this office space is bright, light and cosy enabling businesses to thrive on their creative thinking. Stylish conference rooms and relaxing breakout spaces ensure that every requirement is covered under one roof and offices are available on flexible terms.

Chalk Farm Road:

With workspaces in this 21st century building designed to support different work styles and environments, companies can implement their ideal work culture amongst their team making the perfect setup for innovation and creativity. The space also features a communal coffee bar, kitchen, open-air terraces and multiple event space for networking events.

Belmost Street:

If a property with character and charm is what your business is after, look no further than this impressive 19th century building which today, serves as a top-quality flexible office space. Occupiers can benefit from its retained period features, voluminous interiors, high ceilings and large sash windows making most of the natural light.

These are just a selection of our properties. Contact our team today to find out more about other flexible offices available today.