Indian-inspired street food concept Baba G’s is to open its first permanant site in Camden.
Co-founders and partners (in both business and their personal life) Alec Owen and Liz Selway appeared on the last series of the Beeb’s restaurant show Million Pound Menu, and have finally found the backing to launch a fully fledged site.
It follows a number of pop-ups, including a semi-permenant stand at London Bridge’s new food spot Vinegar Yard, where Baba G’s bhangra burgers, chicken tikka nuggets, and poppadom nachos are served with aplomb.
Selway said: “We started our journey with Camden Market as part of its international street food line up (located in the West Yard, overlooking Regent’s Canal) and so when the opportunity arose to see our brand grow further, the Market seemed like the natural choice.
“We can’t wait to showcase the full Baba G experience, mixing up our signature Bhangra burgers with inspired side shares and dishes for the whole family.
“We’ll be in great company too, rubbing shoulders with the likes of The Cheese Bar, The Camden Grocer and rotisserie restaurant Kuku Riku. Please come and see us when we open!”
Baba G’s will take over a 50-seater restaurant unit right in the heart of Camden Market’s North Yard. It will open in late May.