The Spaniards in Hampstead dates from around 1585 and remains full of fascinating features. Some say Dick Turpin watched carriages go by from this legendary inn as he waited to rob them, while others talk about Keats, Shelly and Byron writing over a claret or two, and Charles Dickens including the pub in his Pickwick Papers novel.
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If you can manage to find a seat here on a Sunday afternoon, you will not be disappointed. The food was yummy and the atmosphere friendly. Plus after lunch you have the whole Heath to help you walk off that Sunday roast. The only minus is the lack of parking.more
I hate to not give this pub more than three stars...especially since I had been wanting to come here for so long, reading all the good things about it. But unfortunately, I simply wasn't that impressed:
A friend and I came to the Spaniard's Inn one cold winter day and we were looking forward to warming up and getting all cozy. Well...the warming up worked quite well, especially with the warm,...more
This place would still be Dick Turpin's favourite! Nestled above Hampstead Heath, this is one of my favourite places for a Sunday roast and a good pint. The Spaniard's Inn probably has one of the best beer selections in NW3 - and the best beer garden. Save it for a sunny afternoon as you'll enjoy spending all day in the gardens next to the heath.
If you believe the Inn's spiel, Keats...more
Nuts on the table. I am a massive fan of the Spaniards Inn. The only downside is that it's opposite the strangest piece of traffic control in the world, so if you make it across the road in one piece you can consider yourself immensely lucky and you should reward yourself with several hours in this sexy establishment. Think of it like a journey to Mordor, but with less orcs and more Land...more
In true British fashion we had to hit up this pub that was est. in 1585.
Good beer, excellent food...we had the lamb shank, rib eye, fish and chips & even the roasted pork.
It fills you up and you kinda feel the history in the hardwood floors...found it kinda odd that it was named the Spaniard, located in London and operated by a French person :) GO FIGUREmore