Sir Richard Steele is a pub located just off Primrose Hill, seriving a variety of beers, wines and spirits.
97 Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park, London, NW3 4RL
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7483 1261
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Sir Richard Steele
97 Haverstock HillBelsize ParkLondonNW3 4RL
- +44 (0)20 7483 1261
- Public transport:
- Chalk Farm
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Not quite worth the full five stars given but getting close.
Proper pub, busy, mixed crowd, reasonably priced, decent drink selection and good music. Happily have a pint or ten here.more
Unfortunately my 10 minutes experience of this pub was limited to standing at the bar trying to get served before deciding to leave and go somewhere else. Most people in there seemed to be trying to get served with bar staff wondering around in a daze. OK, it was the weekend but still...
It looked like a nice pub though with some character so I will give it 3 stars rather than 2 even though...more
Talk about an underdog, just a stone's throw from possibly the most annoying pub street in the universe is a decent pub with lots of space, two fireplaces, a garden and an odd dog or two.
I happened to make the walk down when my after-work local was unexpectedly closed and was glad I did, the RIchard Steele is a bit cuter and much more reasonably priced than some of the things up towards...more
This place is fantastic. While traveling in London from the States, we stayed with a friend of ours who had just moved to the city one week prior, and I can definitely tell you that we helped him discover his new "local".
Sir Remington Steele (as we nicknamed it) has a really fun casual atmosphere with super friendly people, from staff to clientele. They have an awesome beer and cider...more
This is my favorite of the neighborhood pubs and wouldn't voluntarily go elsewhere. Plenty of nooks and crannies to stand or sit, warm fireplace and deep leather chairs. I think the rowdy element was there but it only added to the ambience, since the acoustics kept the fighting talk from spreading. Oh, the place was huuuge.more