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This Kilburn gastro pub is split into two halves, one being a bar and the other a restaurant. On the menu you'll find a mixture of mediterranean and traditional English dishes. The building is well-preserved and features a Grade II listed ceiling that's beautifully decorated with carved wood, gold paint and chandeliers.

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274 Kilburn High Road, Hampstead, London, NW6 2BY

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The Black Lion

274 Kilburn High Road
Public transport:
Brondesbury, National Railway


4 out of 5 based on 26 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Black Lion

4.0 out of 5 28 March 2014
by Steve W.

One of the best on Kilburn High Road, no draughts unfortunately but a great place to chill by the fire on chesterfields. Great Sunday roasts toomore

3.0 out of 5 27 March 2014
by Chris V.

Decent pub. Decent menu. Decent food. This pub is buck-standard and a safe bet in every way without standing out in any way.more

2.0 out of 5 8 September 2013
by Rina A.

It's good to hang out here for a drink before or after a trip to the Tricycle Theatre.

But don't order food. Good grief. Spend it on a KFC instead.

The £4.20 Manchego Spring Roll is a joke. Really? Two pieces of wilted pieces, with a dip of melted butter?!

And then the £3.65 Grilled Veg? More like 4 pieces of sliced courgette and one red pepper. It's like I've been served leftovers...more

4.0 out of 5 12 December 2012
by Jonathan E.

In terms of decor this place is a gem.

Huge main room fantastically adored with amazing ceilings and floors, plus everything in-between. If you are interested in unique pub designs, this is a must-stop.

That said, I didn't eat and thus cant comment on the food. It's also a hotel and so reviews might include sleeping quarter experiences.more

4.0 out of 5 6 April 2011
by Zara L.

My dad chose this gastro-pub to have his birthday dinner last night. It was incredibly quiet in the restaurant section as we were the only one in there for most of the dinner. Dad previously visited on a weekend, and said it was very busy on a Saturday.

The pub section is very pretty - there are ornate carvings on the wood wall panels. The seperate restaurant section decor is different with...more