Located on Harrow Road in Kensal Green, The Masons Arms is a chic gastro pub with a local vibe and an unpretentious British menu. Only meters away from Kensal Green station and perched on the edge of the cemetery, the restaurant is an easy meeting place for group dining, and the artsy interior is dressed with black Chesterfield sofas, chandeliers, retro wallpaper and velvet drapes. The Masons Arms attracts a hip NW10 crowd, and the menu includes crowd favorites such as the king prawn linguine with a chilli and tomato sauce and wild rocket; the wild boar and apple sausages with mash, parsnip purée and Lyonnaise sauce; and the Bramley apple oat crumble with vanilla ice cream. Please be aware we do not accept Garden Bookings.
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The Masons Arms
665 Harrow RoadBrent ParkLondonNW10 5NU
- Public transport:
- Kensal Green, Underground
Great pub, friendly staff who always make us feel welcome!
Lovely roast dinner too, really enjoy coming here to relax and read the papers!more
This pub is like a cruise ship.
It's big and is moored alongside the main road, impossible to miss.
The main room is huge. Just this space alone would be impressive, but there's also a big-ass room upstairs, where an entirely different live act can hold concert. In fact, that's exactly what was happening on my first visit. A band was upstairs jamming with fans. There's also a small deck...more
Bit quiet at a mid-week lunchtime, but friendly staff and a large beer garden.
Reasonable selection of beers, lager, wine and one cider.
Around £6 for sandwiches, tapas style dishes at £4.50 each or three for £12 and £8.50-16.50 for mains.
Worth a look.more
Victorian style pub that's stated aim is to blend the old and the new. And it doesn't do too badly at that.
I prefer the old aspects myself. The Victorian décor and the real ale in a dimpled mug were both appreciated. I guess the 'new' is partly the increased emphasis on food. They have an unusual outdoor kitchen. I'm not too bothered about foodie pubs and what they were making didn't smell...more