For the next couple of weeks, it’s possible to eat at Camden Market’s many food outlets for £5 per dish.

To get the deal, you need to sign up to the Munch Club to dine for a fiver at participating traders across all of Camden’s Markets; Lock, Stables, Hawley Wharf and Buck Street, simply by showing a voucher.

Not all meals are available for £5, so you need to check at the vendors — there’s over 80 of them participating though, so there’s bound to be something for everyone to try out.

The unlimited £5 dishes offer runs until Sunday 13th February. One voucher per person. Usage is unlimited between specified dates.

You can sign up here.

Participating traders and their offers:

Camden Market West Yard

The Cheese Wheel: Classic Fettuccine Alfredo

Mac Factory: Super Mario Mac n Cheese – Sautéed mushroom mac with white truffle oil and garlic, topped with parmesan and thyme crumble

Meat Head Mexican: Achiote spiced Lamb Chilli Con Carne Birria Tacos

Arepazo Bros: La Cartelua (chicken arepa) and Domino (veggie arepa)

Wok Boy: Chicken Chow Mein or Loaded fries

Elia Greek: Halloumi Fries

Asador: Veggie ciabatta with creamy golden goddess dressing, salad, roast peppers and grilled onions

Yorkshire Burrito: Chicken, beef, cheese or gravy loaded fries

Baba G’s: Pachos poppadom nachos

Sonita’s Kitchen: 4 crispy samosas drizzled with tamarind, chilli and garlic

Oli Baba’s: Halloumi fries

Camden Pizza: Margarita pizza

Brisket and Bagel: La Chick bagel

West Yard Cafe: Homemade Lasagne

Camden Market North Yard

It’s All Greek To Me: Chicken gyros and chips

Rudy’s Vegan Diner: Vegan mac and cheeze

Baladin: Pizza or pasta

Camden Market Middle Yard

Neat Burger: Classic Neat Vegan Burger

Zala Grill: Jerusalam chicken pitta

Camden Lock Place

Meat Point: Steak Sandwich – Argentinian steak, grilled onion, lettuce, tomatoes, mayonnaise, mustard and homemade Chimichurri or Steak and Chips – Argentinian steak, grilled onion, mayonnaise, mustard and homemade Chimichurri served on top of handmade potato crisps

Camden Tea Co: A cup of morocco mint or Assam tea and a piece of baklava

VBurger:  Vegan nuggets

Harvest Garden: Your choice of dishes in a mix and match box

Island Poke: Tofu Teriyaki bowl

Yaki Box: Chicken Katsu Curry

Donut Cafe

Mexican Food: Chicken burrito

Highlander Game: Sausage and chips box or 6 pieces of polish fried dumplings

Camden Market Asian Alley

Camden Noodle: Dumplings and stir fried noodles

Thai Streetfood: Your choice of dishes in a mix and match box

Vegan Thai: Tofu pad thai

Hot Pot: Your choice of dishes in a mix and match bowl

Sweet Now: Fruit lover waffle or chocolate waffle

Indian Food Camden: Small chicken, veggie or vegan curry and rice Thainese

Camden Market Italian Alley

Uh K Dogs n Juicy: Classic K-Dog with filling of your choice

Camden Market Paddock Lane

Churros London: Churros and Spanish chocolate

Camden Market Horse Hospital

Indian Alley: Chicken, lamb, vegan or veggie wrap

Cheese Bar: Five cheese macaroni

The Farrier

Camden Market Gin Stalls

Funky Chips: Hot dog of your choice

Magic Falafel: Magic Hummus – Hummus, one piece of falafel, mushroom, aubergine and pita on the side or a regular juice or smoothie

Basta: Hummus shawarma and pita on the side or hummus falafel with pita on the side

Quinoa Arepa: Maria quinoa wrap

Camden High Street

Cafe de Nata: 3 vegan Pastel de Natas

Camden Market Paddock Lane

Thai Thai: Your choice of dishes in a mix and match box

Camden Market Hawley Wharf

Juice Junkiez: Korean BBQ chicken and pineapple fried rice

Rudie’s Jerk Shack: Chicken wrap: Tortilla filled with signature 24hr marinated chicken, homemade purple slaw, lettuce, peppers and jerk gravy or a chickpea and plantain wrap: tortilla filled with spicy chickpea curry, plantain, lettuce and peppers

Spoon and Rice: Pinoy Grilled Chicken

Lebanese by Mezzet: Falafel wrap

A’do’RE’ fritto: Neapolitan Fried Pizza

Crepes a la Carte: La Complete Galette – savory crepe with egg, ham and cheese

2 Lads Kitchen: Afghan wrap or rice box of your choice

PittaBun: Lemon oregano chicken open bun or souvlaki bun or hot dog bun

Black Cow: Casbah Burger – pulled beef, cheese and harissa

DZRT: Selected sweet treats

Great British Cheesecake: Two slices of cheesecake, either vanilla or Oreo

I Love Burger: Beef Up Burger – bacon cheeseburger

Street Greek: Classic souvlaki wrap

Tsujiri: Shiratama Sundae – matcha ice cream, red bean and mochi topped with brown sugar syrup and soybean

Duck Duck: Confit duck wrap

Hush Hush:  Slice of quiche and two salads

Hola Guacamole: Two tacos with your choice of filling

Shrimpy: Signature Shrimpster burger – grilled or fried prawns in a brioche bun

Amar Cafe: Artisan coffee and homemade brownie

Three Uncles: Hainan chicken and rice

Ekachai: Pad Thai (chicken or tofu)

Golden Tea: Tropical fruit tea

Bang on Burger : The American beef burger

BaoziInn: Grilled chicken and garlic sauce

Camden Market Buck Street

Churros London: Churros and hot chocolate

Asador : Vegetarian ciabatta sandwich with homemade creamy green goddess dressing, mixed salad, roast red peppers, sliced thin tomatoes, grilled sweet red onions.

Elia Greek: Halloumi fries

Juice Junkiez: Sweet bubble waffle

Rendang + Rice:  A bao (rendang, ve-dang or chicken satay) served with rainbow slaw or A meal box (rendang, ve-dang or chicken satay) served with rice and rainbow slaw

Clean Kitchen: Your choice of wrap and a can of water

Yaki Box:  Katsu curry (Vegan or Chicken)

Siam Noodle: Chicken or tofu pad thai

Pho Kae: Chicken or tofu pho soup

Hip Hop Chicken:  Three pieces of chicken, fries and drink

Glass Coffee: Coffee and a brownie or cookie

Rico Burrito: Large nachos

Quinoa Arepa: Maria quinoa wrap

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