inSpiral Lounge – Camden Town

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The inSpiral Lounge overlooks the Camden Locks and has a very new age feel to it.  All the food is organic and delicious, not to mention reasonably priced.  Don’t expect to find anywhere to sit and eat your food though, as both times I’ve visited this cafe it’s been packed to busting!  Their drinks are good, I tried the coffee and a hot chocolate.  They do Soy and only seem to serve fair trade teas and coffees.

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Service can be a little slow at times, but that’s probably down to the amount of people this place attracts.  People were so desperate for seats last time I visited that I’m confident I could have easily sold my seat to someone!!

If you want to be hip and trendy, hangout here.  Great little cafe if you like that kind of thing, but it’s probably a little too new age for my liking or maybe I’m just not hip and trendy enough!!

inSpiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street, Camden Lock, London, NW1 8QS

Rating: ★★★½☆

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  1. We have decided to close. After 8 years of serving the community we have decided with a heavy heart to close the inSpiral Lounge in Camden and focus our energies on bringing awesome healthy snacks to the wider world. It has been a beautiful journey – one that would not have been possible without you – THANK YOU.

    Kind regards,

    Olivia
    inSpiral Lounge

  2. Alex Parsons says:

    Having heard to much about this place, I thought I would check it out myself last friday evening and was very impressed by what I discovered.

    Uplifting atmosphere and view of Regents canal with nice tunes playing on, what I gather is a state of the art sound system.

    I was tempted by all the mouth watering food in the hot display and succumbed to a vegan spanokopita with veg sides. Very tasty and not expensive for the size of potion and quality of food. This was shortly followed by a raw chocolate cake, as good as I have tasted.

    I decided to stay for the event an witnessed the place transform into a club venue as lots of lovely people, who clearly know their music arrived and got a buzz happening. I found myself dancing to some thoroughly groovy and sociable techno and electro, as good as it gets in festivals or clubs. I will be back and got them on my radar for their delicious food as well as their exciting events.

  3. Dina says:

    I really like the change that inSpiral has gone through! They now have most of the food in counter fridges and the display of cakes, makes you want to try them all!!!

    Had the soy chai latte the last time that I went and I have to say that it is one of the best chai lattes that I have had in a long time.

    Will have to try their mouth-watering ice cream during the summer months!

  4. henok says:

    wow

    I have just been to inSpiral where they have recently launched their latest innovation – a totally vegan, sugar free (as far as agave counts as that) and soya free ice cream range.

    Some of the flavors (and they have lots) are based on young coconuts, some on cashews – seriously – never had anything so amazing in my life. To find something so delicious and actually healthy has been a real eye opener.

    I heartily recommend this to even the most hardened dairy and sugar ice cream fan – you will be amazed. anyway – the lounge is an awesome place – they are telling me that they are now changing their hot and cold buffet so its going to be entirely gluten and soya free! I have been checking out progressive health food places for quite some time now in particular around london and I think there ain't no other place that combines that kind of thinking with so much fun and dynamism the only downside is that they don't stock their cds in the shop anymore – you have to order online – bit annoying but hey…

  5. Dina says:

    The smoothies are really fresh and great at inSpiral. They are made with 100% organic ingredients. I really enjoyed the Pina Colada which is a blend of pineapple, mango, dates, coconut milk and bananas. I had the small one (12oz) and it was surprisingly filling. I’m sure that I could have polished off the large size one though!

    inSpiral is one of those places that grows on you the more you visit it. The last time that I went, they had rearranged the seating area and it seemed a little less crowded. Or it may have just seemed like that, as it was going through a quiet couple of hours.

  6. Dina says:

    I found the inSpiral Lounge not very relaxing and thought the music was a little “heavy”. Even though this cafe has been given the same star rating as Cafe Laville in Little Venice, I definitely prefer the latter.

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