A charming pub in Crouch End, The King's Head brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
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The Kings Head
2 Crouch End Hill
Crouch EndLondonN8 8AA
- +44 (0)20 8340 1028
- Public transport:
- Crouch Hill, National Railway
A really cool venue that has just been done up downstairs, which holds its famous comedy night. I think the layout is a bit strange now (seems quite narrow), but they make u for it in star quality acts. A fair few pop down unannounced like Stewart Lee or when I went, Reginald D Hunter. Good beer upstairs too.more
Having grown up in Crouch End I have many memories of drinking here over the years. Until a recent visit, I hadn't been here for several years and was happy to see that it's current incarnation is doing well. The interior is much improved, as is the food. There is a wide selection of beers and wine. Service was good and whatever was happening downstairs seemed to be popular. But for me the...more
One of those lazy Mondays off that I have from time to time, my husband took me for lunch (maybe dinner, it was quite late already) to The King's Head. A few weeks ago it was closed because, apparently, they done some serious work in the restaurant. My impression was quite good. Spacious, clean, modern but maintaining the pub vibe. We had some bites to share, and everything was tasty. Nothing...more
It's pretty loud in here - and I always feel like I'm stepping right into the middle of a party when I enter.
The staff are nice though, and the food is top. There's always a real mixture of people in this place which is fun.
Also, the comedy club downstairs is always worth a visit. Very intimate venue, but never not laughed at a night there!more
Great stop off. Full of entertainment. I grew up just up the road from here, so know the pub very well. Awesome for a relaxing night out (if you like noisy environments), for quietness the best time was probably lunch. It didn't take long for this establishment to get lively.Friendly staff and great customer services. Bound to bump into somebody you know. A key part to the heart of the...more