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13 North Hill
- Public transport:
- Highgate, Underground
Since when has The Bull been an American restaurant? It's a modern British restaurant and microbrewery.
Their own beer is very nice, and reasonably priced. The menu isn't as imaginative as it was when the restaurant/microbrewery opened a few years back, which is sad, but the fod remains edible and not that outrageously priced by Highgate standards.more
The Bull is a good balance between pub and gastropub. They brew their own beer (London Brewing Company) which is pretty good, 8.5/10. Good rotation of well chosen guest ales. Nice garden terrace out at the front, which has recently been refurbished. On slightly noisy road but pleasant. Inside is cosy and mostly good atmosphere, but slightly subdued because of the restaurant and mostly older...more
I love The Bull - I've been here twice, most recently for their Garden Party and it was quite a hit. The wait staff is super helpful and will give you samples of beer and make really good recommendations after getting a feel for what you like. The prices are reasonable and the space is big with some terrace drinking and a beer garden set out back for the occasionally nice days in London. :)....more
Fabulous beer made in their own facility as well as wonderful food. It's a place I will come often. In winter it's cozy and in summer they have a lovely garden. It's a must go to in Highgate.more
I'm a pub roast sceptic. My stance, in general, is that roasts are one of the few meals that are insurpassably better when they are homemade. Slithers of meat accompanied by stodgy potatoes and a heap of wet veg, drizzled lightly in thin gravy, as if it were a salad dressing? No thanks.
The Bull is the first pub *ever* to make me rethink this.
I had the pork belly, after some discussion with...more