Hidden between leafy Regent's Park and Camden's vibrant markets, The Edinboro Castle is a pub with generous proportions. With 4 well-kept real ales, 7 speciality beers, 9 lagers & 5 ciders on tap, there's plenty to go with the seasonal, regionally sourced pub food. In the summer, the large garden plays host to barbecues and al fresco dining.
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57 Mornington TerracePrimrose HillLondonNW1 7RU
- +44 (0)20 7255 9651
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
Lack luster. Great outdoor space but bartender/service is crap. I didn't grab a table number right off, so first tip, find a table first and then order at the bar. However, we were ordering as a group so I told here I send the table number back. She got the number and processed other orders, brought the orders out and not mine. She said I never gave her a number, total shit. Then our salad...more
Neighbourhood pub with a nice sized garden and barbecue in the summer. Drinks menu is pretty standard. Nice local but they can play loud bad pop music sometimes (which is odd as that's not really the vibe of the place otherwise).more
Great place for food and drink, especially for their beer garden! Despite being on a backstreet, there's plenty of atmosphere and it's always busy - which for me is a great sign of a venue.
I didn't feel old there - I'm in my late 20s - but didn't feel particularly young.more
This is a lovely little pub to visit both during the day and in the evening. The venue itself is beautiful and the food is great. Especially when the weather gets better you must take advantage of the beer garden and enjoy your meal out in the sun. I would particularly recommend the pork and chorizo burger and you can complete your meal with a glass of Pimms. At night they have some beautiful...more
Great boozer with a fabulous beer garden. Really close to Regents Park and only a short walk from Camden Town tube - but yet not on the tourist trail...
At the weekend the BBQ cranks out burgers and when the weather turns cooler there are covered areas, heaters or grab a sofa inside.
We had some beers and snacks (chips and salt & pepper squid) whilst staving off hangovers and enjoying the...more