Ye Old Swiss Cottage serve a variety of English dishes catering for up to 200 guests. They also provide a wide range of entertainment including a pool room which boast six pool tables and four bars with a private function room, a juke box and TV's throughout the pub. The restaurant is open from Midday until 4pm (for lunch) and then 6pm until 8.30pm (for evening meals). Seating on the terrace area is provided, weather permitting.
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Ye Old Swiss Cottage
98 Finchley RoadBelsize ParkLondonNW3 5EL
- +44 (0)20 7722 3487
- Public transport:
- Swiss Cottage, Underground
Met up with a friend in the area. It was quite late and she wanted a drink so we came here. I have seen this place and been past numerous times but never been in, this was the perfect opportunity to come down and have a look. It is a cute old English pub. Something I'm use to seeing in Derbyshire. Nothing in London. It is reasonably priced and it was slightly noisy but not too noisy that I...more
Went for a quick drink with some friends, and it was very nice. They had a solid selection of lager, ale, wine and spirits. Also, the ambience was just appropriately old English whilst quiet enough to be able to hear one another in conversations. Lastly, location was very convenient as it was literally right on top of the Swiss Cottage tube station. My friend told me that the area, including...more
A great quaint pub with a wide selection of beers, with a great outdoor area to chill and drink in the summer. I do recommend the Taddy Lager.
The staff are nice and the food was good and reasonably priced. Had 2 starters; breaded mushrooms and cheesy nachos, as we weren't that hungry.
All in all a great pub with a cozy feel inside and nice ambience with the comfy seating inside. It does...more
Cheap and cheerful Sam Smith pub, the clientele are what you would expect at any place that sells below average priiced beer and while its not undrinkable the beer is well suited to the price.
I've searched out a couple of these boozers about the city and while this isn't my favourite (currently the Rising Sun, Farringdon) it's alright. Very handy for a post leisure centre pint which is...more
This place was built many years back to grab cross-town travelers. As such, it's much bigger than a local pub and can seem a little non-intimate. On the flip side, there seems to be a lot of regulars and the whole place is old-school in decor and thus doesn't feel too anonymous.
I'd be happy to stop by if traveling by again, but not sure if I'd travel to there on purpose. Unless I was...more