Bull & Last

About

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.

Prices

Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner

£26 to £40

Venue Details & Map

Bull & Last

Address
168 Highgate Road
London
NW5 1QS
Public transport:
Gospel Oak, National Railway

Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 39 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bull & Last

4.0 out of 5 26 September 2016
by Will D.

Upscale. Lots of local beers but seemed mostly after german or american styles. Fish and chips was huge and good but not great.more

5.0 out of 5 23 August 2016
by Yui I.

A super dog friendly gastro pub in north London with a lovely park nearby. There's limited space in the downstairs pub which allows dogs but as long as you book in advance you're guaranteed a spot. The upstairs is for those who'd like to have a romantic evening meal or formal gatherings. The food here is amazing, probably better than most 1 Michelin star places. The starter platters are really...more

4.0 out of 5 17 June 2016
by Joe L.

If you're as much of a carnivore as I am, you're willing to travel a ways from downtown to find someplace that really knows how to serve meat. From the reviews and photos of this place, I had high hopes that the travel time would be worth it, and for the most part this place lived up to them.

The bar looks like a classic British pub with some slightly funky decor choices, notably the huge...more

4.0 out of 5 13 December 2015
by Vi W.

Only had the starters as we wanted a light meal but will be back soon for a proper complete meal!

jeruselam artichoke soup - delicious rich and warming soup goes well with the cheesy croquette. I had it as a starter but it could do well as a light snack.

seafood platter - not only a pretty sight but the spread of salad, mousse, fried and cured mixture was delightful.

terrine - sublime!...more

3.0 out of 5 21 October 2015
by Aaron D.

Not my kinda place. I used to use the Bull & Last years ago regularly but I have to say that it's now more an eating venue than a pub. It does annoy me when pubs are turned into primarily eating establishments rather than drinking venues. We're loosing so much of our national identity these days and the number of gastro pubs is another example of this. Yes there is a place for them but like...more

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