Edinboro Castle serves beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of snacks. They also have pinball machines and a huge beer garden which can accommodate up to 200 guests.
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57 Mornington TerracePrimrose HillLondonNW1 7RU
- +44 (0)20 7255 9651
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
OK. Maybe I just don't get the thing with the name. Is it meant to be a playing-with-pronunciation angle? Are they not allowed to use the word "Edinburgh" in its proper form? Maybe things that aren't *actually* Edinburgh Castle just... aren't allowed to be called Edinburgh Castle? Maybe the name has absolutely nothing to do with Edinburgh. Hmmm. Perhaps I'm just a pedantic individual from...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
I only went for drinks so can't comment on the food, but there was a great drinks selection, lovely atmosphere and the beer garden is just what is needed on a warm summers evening. They do bookings and have loads of room outside, the only downside is that their popularity leads to long waits at the bar, but you can't hold that against them and the bar staff are really lovely when you finally...more
Excellent British pub and beer garden. Went there with my family and we had the most wonderful fish and chips and bangers and mash. The beer selection is also excellent. The only drawback is on a Sunday it can get quite crowded. And there are a lot of smokers out on the patio. Also they had some kind of special barbecue going on Sunday. Be warned it is self-service which actually makes things...more
We'd heard really good reviews about this place, so some friends and I decided to go for Sunday lunch. They don't take bookings, but on a sunny day there is plenty of room inside or outside (their peaceful beer garden seats 300! Not sure what it would be like when raining, however).
The 6 of us arrived at around 3pm and had our pick of tables - unusually easy - so we chose to sat inside. The...more