Indian burger brand lands in Camden

Baba G’s debut spices up Camden Market’s North Yard

LabTech, owners of Camden Market, have signed Baba G’s, Indian inspired burger brand, marking their first dine-in restaurant concept in the Market’s North Yard.

Since winning Amazon Prime’s My Million Pound Menu earlier this year, the brand has been searching for a fitting bricks and mortar site to suit a restaurant offer. Baba G’s has selected the North Yard to bring its acclaimed, signature Bhangra Burgers to a new site that offers 50 covers inside.

Baba G’s is a stalwart of the London street food scene, launching in 2008 with a stall in Pop Brixton and starting its Camden journey with a stall in the West Yard, overlooking Regent’s Canal. Baba G’s will be keeping the unit in the West Yard.

North Yard is to become home to a brand-new, indoor selection of food and beverage operators, fusing the cobbled streets of The Stables Market with an enhanced area of dining options.

Maggie Milosavljevic, LabTech’s F&B commercial director, said: “Baba G’s popularity has shone through following over a decade of street food service, right up to being a winner of the Million Pound Menu. The brand now has the opportunity to open up a dine-in restaurant and our North Yard redevelopment really fit the bill for this type of operation. North Yard will capture the essence of Camden Markets with diverse street-food style cuisine, but adapt our offer to allow a sit-down restaurant service, building upon dwell time and opening the opportunity for later diners. Baba G’s offers a unique menu for visitors and will only continue to grow here in Camden’s North Yard.”

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