Light, airy pub near Highgate serving great food and beer. Family-friendly during the day.
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47 Chester RoadLondonN19 5DF
- +44 (0)20 7272 2863
Lovely little pub in Tuffnell Park that like a throwback to the quiet sedate days that we all used to think London was. It is a place where you can truly relax and spend a nice Sunday without being bothered by the irksome realities of of the tidal wave of humanity that is London life.
We came here last Sunday, a day of fag having had a walk on the Heath for Sunday lunch (I can't think of much...more
I almost hesitate to write a review on this place as I don't want all of London turning up. The space, food, and service here are all excellent. They seem to change chefs frequently but each time I've been the food has been fantastic. The owner seems quite discerning with his food and beer selection and is normally around to chat with patrons about their experience. It's located down a...more
Been here a couple of times now, most recently last night. Each time it's been fairly empty, but the bartenders are friendly. I haven't tried the food, but it looks good.
Overall, it's a quiet, relaxing local - but expensive! Two and a half pints cost us just under 12 quid! Then again, we were drinking Hoegaarden... I'm just glad to have a local pub that serves a beer I love on tap.
This pub has recently had a bit of a refurb / takeover. The Sunday roast here is delicious. They have a small garden out back but since it hasn't really been warm enough to sit outdoors, sitting by the lovely fire is a great way to keep warm.
Bloody Marys are served in a mini jug, my kind of drink.
Lovely service, good décor and good music.more
This is quite a nice pub. Had a decent selection of ales when I visited, including a couple from the Brodie's east London brewery, including their strong tasting Jamaican stout (not for everyone!).
I liked the dimly lit interior, although I could have done without the volume of the evening's jazzalthough it was quite amusing trying to work my conversation around a particularly long drum...more