The Freemasons Arms

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An idyllic retreat set in beautiful country house-style surroundings, The Freemasons Arms serves a menu of gourmet European recipes. Trained in high-class cookery schools in Spain and Italy, the chefs bring a wealth of experience, and demonstrate knowledge of a breadth of classic and complex cooking techniques. Partnering with Rothschild wine merchants, guests can choose a bottle from the well-stocked cellar.

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32 Downshire Hill, Belsize Park, London, NW3 1NT

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+44 (0)20 7433 6811

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The Freemasons Arms

Address
32 Downshire Hill
Belsize Park
London
NW3 1NT
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7433 6811
Public transport:
Hampstead Heath, National Railway

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3 out of 5 based on 26 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Freemasons Arms

1.0 out of 5 13 April 2014
by Andre P.

Most beautiful pub in Hampstead. Went on a Sunday lunch on a pre-booked table. We ordered as we chatted and been told by a long serving manager that the book is only there for two hours in the middle of our lunch. We walked away, paid the price and will never return. As local residents will advise against and will not return until there is a change in attitude. We (used to) go there three...more

1.0 out of 5 30 March 2014
by Michella L.

Very disappointed as this place has went completely downhill. It's upsetting to see a much loved pub go the wrong way. Came here with friends and experienced absolutely appalling service. We were sat for 30 minutes before we were acknowledged by a waitress that we had to wave down. She forgot my husband's drink and did not even offer an apology (it took 45 minutes for his Guinness to arrive)....more

5.0 out of 5 27 January 2014
by Sumito A.

Get to the Chase:

Pros:

1) Perfect brunch spot

2) Delicious assortments of food, each very well executed and delicious to say the least

3) Courteous staff

4) Clean and cozy

5) Plenty of seating

6) Fish n chips are amazeballs, the garlic pizzette is a perfect savory start to a glorious meal, and don't get me started on that slow cooked pork belly!

Cons:

1) Service could a be a bit more...more

5.0 out of 5 16 January 2014
by samuel c.

This is my favorite pub in London ...

although I suppose to be completely fair I would need to eat and drink in the remaining 12,350 I haven't been to.l

But I have been to quite a few and this is my favorite - by far.

Strangely, it appears in no guides to restaurants, guides to pubs or travel guides - despite the fact that the room and the pub are both superb.

There are MANY London...more

4.0 out of 5 17 November 2013
by Jeremy V.

This is a fantastic pub and worth the trip up the Northern line to Hampstead. Great, generous and fresh food is paired with a healthy selection of beers. This place leans far more to the gastropub range of the scale so if that's what you're looking for this is your place. The Sunday roasts are tasty, the fish and chips are crispy and fresh.

Looking forward to going back!more