An independent British Gastropub a stone's throw from Hampstead Heath in leafy North West London, recently voted the 22nd best restaurant in London by Time Out.
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Bull & Last
168 Highgate RoadLondonNW5 1QS
- Public transport:
- Gospel Oak, National Railway
The ultimate in pub food. I've been here twice - the first time for an anniversary and the second as a place to bring the parents. The first time we were sat upstairs, and it was lovely - I believe I wrote a review on this a while back. The most recent time, the upstairs was reserved for a private party so we sat downstairs and it was such a different experience.
The atmosphere downstairs is...more
A triumph of style over substance?
I admit, we had high expectations of the Bull & Last. We'd walked past it many times, gazed longingly into the beautiful dining room, and saw plates of attractive food and happy people.
So, the other night, we booked a table to try it out for ourselves. I love the "jungle" entrance, you feel like you're walking through the wardrobe to another world! The...more
I would give 4.5 stars but the cost takes it down from 5.
I had a fantastic lunch here in October 2013.
The Bull and Last is from outward appearances a suburban London (Kentish Town) pub, but inside it is much more sophisticated. This is not a 'bar' in the traditional sense. Not a place for Tossers, or for watching football matches, this is a place for excellent food, great ales and they...more
Not the perfect gastropub - but pretty darn fine.
From the drinking standpoint - an excellent line of ales on tap - and an even more impressive line of artisanal gins.
From the decor standpoint - run of the mill pub.
From the food standpoint - uneven but the highs are extraordinary.
Among the smash hits -
salt caramel truffles to die for
an intoxicating wild mushroom pasta
A few weeks ago, I had visitors from Germany and after a day sightseeing (Buckingham Palace, etc) all we wanted to do was to sit down at a local pub and rest our feet. And while I'd never been to the Bull & Last before, I had followed their reviews on Yelp and thus decided to take them here.
And what we saw was a delight for our sore feet and eyes...a typical English pub that had now been...more