A relaxing retreat in trendy, bustling Islington, The Castle on Pentonville Road is a cracking little pub, is always welcoming. Whether soaking in the sun on the amazing roof terrace, or avoiding the rain on a comfy sofa by the fireplace.
The Castle offers real ales, great beers or a glass from an excellent wine list chosen by the venue's own master of wine..
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Venue Details & Map
54 Pentonville RoadIslingtonLondonN1 9HF
- +44 (0)20 7713 1858
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
This was our first meal in London. We were so tired from all our traveling, just about anything would have tasted delicious.
Atmosphere: A true standard pub. It was charming, cozy, and the bar was cute, but modern. It was however, super crowed and loud. We had to sit at the bar and wait for a booth to open up. There really wasn't much breathing room. When we were there the rooftop was under...more
Love this pub!! Beautiful terrace garden on the roof - great for a summer's day. The staff are so friendly. For people coming here for the Monopoly pub crawl, it's worth visiting the loos (I won't spoil the surprise and say why , but definitely check it out). I'd love to come back here to have more of a relaxing, longer stop.more
We popped in here around 2pm on a bright and sunny Sunday and we sat outside in the front. We ordered pitchers of pimms and big refreshing gin & tonics and basically had the craic for a few hours in the sunshine.
They have an upstairs roof area (which was jammers) that looked lovely and very popular). They serve what looked like a really tasty menu and on one of their whiteboards it said it...more
Whenever the sun is out, or the weather is more outside-friendly, this is my first stop. The castle has a great house wine for a great price, which is what I always get with my friends. The staff is lovely and joke around with you, dance to the music, and are quick to serve you, even when it's full. The main reason to go is the great upstairs terrass, which gets direct sun (when it decides to...more
Popped into The Castle on a beautiful Saturday afternoon around 5pm and the place was packed. There was no chance of grabbing a table on the rooftop so we opted for a table on the ground floor. The bartender was a complete dick, pretending not to understand a damn thing we said. Our order was simple - one Hammerton N1 and one Hammerton N7. After pointing out where the bottles were located in...more