The Salt House is one of the warm and welcoming gems of North London. We are a favourite amongst our Abbey Road neighbourhood, London foodies, and visitors from further afield. You may even spot a famous face or two. We cater for a mixture of occasions; you’re just as likely to see a family gathering for Sunday lunch as you are a group of friends meeting up for Friday night drinks in the bar.
£25 and under
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The Salt House
63 Abbey RoadSt. John's WoodLondonNW8 0AE
- Public transport:
- Kilburn High Road, National Railway
Solid all around.
Stopped here for their Sunday Roast (my favorite meal of the week) after a local friend recommended it. The restaurant area was close to empty so we choose to eat in more bussling the bar area. The drink special (gray goose with housemade lemonade) was tart but good. The starter of a carrot and thyme soup was delightfully tasty and hit the spot since the bar was getting...more
I've visited the salt house a few times for dinner. The food and service have always been excellent. Whether sitting in, dining in the courtyard or just having a drink out front, there's always a nice atmosphere. One problem we did find on my most recent visit was lack of variety of interestng vegetarian main courses, my girlfriend ended up ordering a combination of two starter dishes, which...more
I love this place! I was first introduced to The Salt House for a company happy hour back in August, and have been going there ever since!
The wait staff are super helpful and pleasant, food is amazingly good (highly recommend the burger or the pork belly), and everything is very reasonably priced! Ideal for a casual drink with friends or a dinner date.
Also, they have random specials during...more
The Salt House has been a fixture on Abbey Road for a fair while now (during which time it has even been renamed, and returned to being called The Salt House...) and has slowly but surely declined in both service and quality.
There was a time when you could have a drink at the bar in a buzzy atmosphere, then head to one of the tables in the restaurant for real quality food, served by...more
This pub is pretty nice, and the night I went I really enjoyed the music (Aretha, anyone?!) but something about the place just feels a bit flat to me. There wasn't much atmosphere, which might have been because it wasn't very busy for a Friday night.
It's nice that there is a lot of outdoor seating and I love the old-fashioned red phonebooth right outside.
Oh, and then the barmaid was...more