The Abbey Tavern is your home away from home, a relaxing North London meeting place, and prime watering hole for the discerning Kentish Town pub goer, with a great beer garden and roof terrace. The kitchen serves up food cooked fresh for you daily. For the musically thirsty, there is live music on Sunday and Tuesday evenings. The Abbey Tavern is available for private hires, DJ nights, record launches, corporate events, and album playbacks.
Venue Details & Map
The Abbey Tavern
124 Kentish Town RoadKing's CrossLondonNW1 9QB
- +44 (0)20 7267 9449
- Public transport:
- Kentish Town West, National Railway
Personally I think it is a great space! Lots of room, love the decoration. The thing that made me walk as much as I did, was that this pub is dog friendly. It makes it a place to come back.
The prices are acceptable and the personnel is really nice. I just don't give 5 stars because they should have table service, which they don't, and for the amount of people working there, it would easy,...more
My girlfriend and I just moved here from Australia and are fortunate enough to have the Abbey as our local. The selection of beers and ciders on tap is great (you can actually get a cold well carbonated ale which is pretty rare), not to mention the huge of range of bottled beers.
We have never been disappointed with the food. The decor is very cool and the music is great!more
I'm having a great night out I'm really enjoying myself this is is the second last pub on tonight's pub crawl & I think this place has had the best tasting beer all night there selection is very good & the food is really nice.more
Soooo close to 5 stars! The atmosphere is chill, the garden and upper terrace are absolutely perfect with great comfort food and craft beers.
The only complaint I have that they don't have the option to run a tab, which means you have to close out every single round. Very annoying after a couple of rounds.
With everything else on point, it's hard to penalize them too much for a failing...more
The Abbey Tavern is one of those gold-standard British pubs that I would meet friends at. It's not touristy but it's not such an old man-pub that I feel out of place by not knowing every bartender's name. The perfect blend of the two.
It's also gigantic, with a large open space as you walk in and long wooden bar, a beer garden in the back and a surprise semi-hidden upper deck of this garden...more