Victoria Stakes is one of North London's premier bars and restaurants.
The a la carte restaurant menu changes every month and bar food and tapas are also available; all created with fresh seasonal produce.
The bar offers a selection of draught ales, lagers & bottled beers; an extensive variety of world wines & champagnes plus a popular cocktail list.
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No.1 Muswell HillLondonN10 3TH
Popped in for a quick pint since the weather was nice and it's a lovely place. It's actually not too bright inside even on sunny days though when not too nippy would be good to be outside benches.
I've actually been here before for a wedding reception and the upstairs floor/room is a great cosy size space with its own bar.
All in all it feels like one of the more upmarket pubs in this vacant...more
This bar takes me straight back to being a student. We came here after going to the fireworks at Alexandra Palace. On entering the bar it just appears as a large rectangular room with a bar along the back and seats around the outside of a wooden floor.
It was reasonably busy but it still took too long to be served and the music was playing to loud to be able to have a reasonable...more
Visually a really nice pub and a good place to relax on a sunny day.
But service leaves a lot to be desired primarily because of the cost you are paying. At the prices they charge I expected better. The service was extremely slow 2.5hrs plus for starter and main course for 1 person.
The food itself was OK but really couldn't enjoy it all too much after having to wait for so long.more
Lovely high ceilings in room upstairs. Great Sunday lunch with good portions and reasonable price. Service quick and friendly. Recommended.more
This is a good pub, taken to the next level by a massive sheltered area outside, out back. Good all year round as they heat it.
Ale choice was between 3 heavyweights, Otter Ale, Dark Star Hophead and Sambrooks Wandle (not used to being 3rd in my affections!).
Surely the best pub in the area?more