You'll find Made in Camden on the ground floor of the Roundhouse - a big, old steam engine shed-turned-theatre and music venue in Camden, north west London.
There's no parking at the Roundhouse and not much on the surrounding streets either, so we'd encourage you to use public transport (that way you can fully appreciate our well-stocked bar too). The nearest tube station is Chalk Farm, which is on the Northern Line. Camden Town underground is about 10 minutes' walk away, as is Kentish Town West for London Overground.
If you're coming from further afield, Camden is close to Kings Cross, St. Pancras and Euston mainline stations, and is also well-served by many bus route. You can plan your journey through London using TfL's Journey Planner
Made in Camden is open from 9.30am daily. Food service times can be found on our menus. Booking is not essential but advisable, particularly on nights when there's a show at the Roundhouse. The easiest way to book is online using the buttons on the food page.
The Roundhouse is an accessible building. The main entrance to Made in Camden is via six steps, but if you'd prefer level access please come via the Roundhouse foyer. Access to toilets from Made in Camden is gently ramped, and there is a dedicated accessible toilet and baby change.
Made in Camden operates a Challenge 21 policy - if you're lucky enough to look under 21, please bring photo ID to prove that you're over 18.
Opening hours Open daily from 9.30am - 11pm, later if it's busy.
Kitchen closed Mondays, except when there's a Main Space performance in the Roundhouse.
Our full address:
Made in Camden
Chalk Farm Road