The Scolt Head


Formerly The Sussex Arms, the pub is now named after a small island just off the North Norfolk coast. The Scolt Head kitchen excels in fresh and excellently sourced produce. The menu changes regularly, favouring small, independent suppliers and seasonal produce.

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD30.64) per diner

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Reserve table

96% customer satisfaction rate

Venue Details & Map

The Scolt Head

107A Culford Road
N1 4HT
Public transport:
Dalston Kingland, National Railway
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 25 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Scolt Head

2.0 out of 5 2 May 2016
by Pamella T.

Looks great but many things to consider... an area filled with "reserved" tables that are not really reserved. They are set up that way for customers who will be ordering food. Unless you are hungry, you have no chances of grabbing any of those tables even if you are consuming drinks. And bear in mind, if you are eating you will be charged service charges (not what pubs are about). Beer and...more

5.0 out of 5 12 April 2016
by Christoph N.

As good as it gets, YES. Completely my type of atmosphere: the place in itself, cosy & warm, the crowd, the terrace outside, the screens to watch the best games...I really enjoyed spending my Sunday afternoon here with my mate. We came out of a pretty bad Sunday roast (more to come on that one) so we didn't eat here, but oh my those plates looked craaaazy. Suited for a big groups (with huge...more

5.0 out of 5 24 April 2015
by Alexis M.

Adorable little pub with an outside garden and a great house sauv blanc (served with a smile), dog-friendly! Will totally be back.more

5.0 out of 5 22 March 2015
by John D M.

Super atmosphere here, turned up on a Saturday evening without a reservation but managed to get a table for 5. We had steak frites and a couple of bottles of wine and paid around £30 a head which was fine by me. Nice crowd (if a bit surprisingly hipster-ish) and nice tunes.more

4.0 out of 5 16 October 2014
by Mark T.

I've never had a bad night at The Skolt Head. It gets a little crowded at the weekend but that just means you have to get there early to grab a good spot or failing that, wrap up warm and loiter in the garden all night!

I stumbled upon this pub while out running and endeavoured head back when I was slightly better presented. Unfortunately I couldn't remember where it was but I managed to...more

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