Venue Details & Map
26 Broadway ParadeTottenhamLondonN8 9DE
- +44 (0)20 8340 2031
- Public transport:
- Hornsey, National Railway
LOVE this pub. Apart from their ales and cosy local setting go for their fish and chips (and mushy peas) for a really very good feed.
Beer garden out back is really nice too.more
Visited March 2015: "Modern Chic"
We took a day trip out to this end of London (can't say the name because it is not family friendly) and located this pub for our last dinner in London. The building is red brick, and appeared to have rod iron work upon the entrance with the pub's name in white letters: The Queen. There's stain glass in he windows, the bar is a full circle in the middle with...more
The Queens starts strong, with a solidly atmospheric interior that ticks the pub boxes while giving a little extra wow factor - in a historical sort of way rather than a flashy sort of way. The staff were friendly and accommodating (we had brought board games and they were happy for us to basically sit at our table playing after we'd finished our roast).
The food was a bit disappointing,...more
The Queens may not be perfect - but it is still a superior pub.
I have every intention of returning.
The Queens get four stars for atmosphere, four stars for drink and four stars for food.
The rooms themselves are atmospheric and wonderful.
The building is a quaint old Victorian structure with rounded turrets, stained glass, and elaborate patterned painted aluminum metalwork all over the...more
Exactly as a pub should be!
Unlike a lot of places in East London, this isn't a quirky bar, it retains it's original, superb, features and as a result retains it's original charm.
It's great to know places like this exist, are maintained well and
haven't been gutted to make way for comfy faux leather sofa's and ponce.
The decor is absolutely fantastic! It feels like you've rolled into...more