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256 Kentish Town RoadKentish TownLondonNW5 2AA
- +44 20 7485 3521
Bar staff were nice and there was a good range of drinks on offer, but the price was something else entirely given it's not even in central London! Also, the vibe/music etc. is a little bit pretentious, so if you're looking for a down-to-earth local, this is not your place.more
This is a lovely pub, perfect for a drink with friends. The food is good, but the value for money is hit and miss. Some dishes are well priced, others are ridiculously expensive. The cheese plate, for example, costs £7.50 and has three tiny morsels of cheese with some accompaniments. I felt ripped off when I bought this.more
Went for Sunday roast. Lovely restaurant in the back, and they accommodated our pram which was unexpected. I had the beef roast, served with a nice helping of gravy and duck fat roasted potatoes and Yorkshire pudding and veggies. It was quite tough, really could've used a sharper knife and prefer my roast more tender. My husband had the pork roast which he found nice, though a little tough as...more
Nice beer: good reals, good selection, well kept, fresh.
Average food. Starters expensive for size of portions and effort in preparation (i.e. don't bother), main courses very nice, pork belly and trout nice. Sticky toffee pudding disappointing, just sponge with average sauce and ice cream, seemed like it was prepared in a real hurry.
Good atmosphere, vibrant. Low light. Lot of...more
Although a little bit of an upgrade from the Assembly House nearby, I don't think I can say too much about this place. They had some good beers on cask, but the rest of the menu was the macro selection you see everywhere else.
The starters were ok, but nothing to rave about.
Not bad for a casual pint though.more