North Nineteen is a steak and alehouse in Holloway. Hearty steaks from the grill are joined by a selection of British and European classics and an extensive range of ales and wines. Expect the likes of barbecue wings, the signature steak, black pudding and bonemarrow burger, and rich desserts like chocolate brownie with Madagascan vanilla ice cream and salted caramel sauce.
|Average main course:||£10.00 (USD12.59) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£25.00 (USD31.47) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
194 - 196 Sussex WayLondonN19 4HZ
- +44 (0)20 7281 2786
- Public transport:
- Upper Holloway, National Railway
This is a sort of hidden gem for steak lovers. Interior looks very unassuming, a typical 'local' pub. For that reason, I refer to this as "the place with suspiciously good steak." I've heard you have to go to central London to get the same quality, and personally I've never enjoyed eating steak as much as at North Nineteen.more
Food was pretty good. Service was lovely. But the vibe? Don't go here if you're not from 'round these here parts. They're all smiley and keep to themselves, but they'll talk shit about you before you're even out of earshot as you're leaving. Not that they tried to say hi or anything preposterous like that. I thought I was having a nice, quiet dinner with my husband in a local find--I didn't...more
Now what can I say. This is a absolutely fantastic little pub with some of the friendliest staff you could ask for, very welcoming fun and makes for a great atmosphere.
This place has some really good food too, the ribs are a particular favourite of mine. And I haven't found anywhere else in the area that does a better Sunday Roast thrn these guys, nice good size portion perfectly cooked meat...more
I don't know what sort of wizard they keep in the kitchen, but the food was amazing. I had a pulled pork sandwich and the husband ate steak. Service was good and the surroundings unpretentious. I don't drink beer but the husband enjoyed his pints. The menu had a bunch of decent options on it (skewed toward meat-lovers, which is fine by me, but do be aware), and I marked out several options I'd...more
Until a local friend suggested we meet for drinks here, I had no idea this place existed. It's really cozy (fireplaces!!) and comfortable. The bar staff is really friendly. The whisky selection looks good, although I didn't inspect too closely. The mix of customers was really interesting, too, in both great ways and very strange ways. The menu looked good, but we didn't have anything to eat...more