Dating back to the 1500s and one of London's oldest pubs, The Spaniards has been immortalised in various works of literature, and was frequented by historic figures including John Keats.Indoors, a charming yesteryear vibe sees mismatched furnishings, weathered wood panelling and leather-bound books dotted throughout, while a canopy-sheltered terrace immerses diners in Hampstead's lush, green landscape. Enjoy speciality beers, fine wines and a gourmet twist on pub favourites, all in a relaxed, homely setting.
|Average main course:||£12.00 (USD15.57) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£25.00 (USD32.44) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Spaniards Inn
Spaniards RoadHampsteadLondonNW3 7JJ
- +44 (0)20 8731 8406
- Public transport:
- Golders Green, Underground
this use to be an excellent pub. standards are falling rapidly and many other reviewers recently have noted this genuinely on the main trip advisor and Google review sites. staff service is especially bolshy brusque and crass from certain polish waitresses where there arrogant attitude is completely unacceptable. the chef also has changed. I use to offen rate 5 stars over 3 year's on this...more
At the top of a hill in Hampstead, The Spaniards Inn is somewhere in Zone 3, but it doesn't feel like London. As soon as you walk through the door, it feels like being inside an English country pub. To be honest, it's a little unsettling - however if you're one of those people who live in London in a shoebox but yearn to be back in the rolling countryside with a whole house to yourself, you'll...more
In the leafy green heights of Hampstead in North London you can find one of the best and oldest pubs in the UK known as Spaniards Inn. Keep on reading if you fancy a bit of history with your beer!
Originally opened around 1585 this legendary pub was built to accompany a tollhouse on the edge of the Bishop of London's vast estate and is said to have gotten it's name from early landlords in the...more
Man, I love this place. So bloody cosy. My husband and I sat in front of the fire Saturday late afternoon, with mulled wine and a half-pint of Aspall's respectively, and it was just glorious. So chill. Friendly dogs, people. It wasn't too crowded either- a far cry from the warmer months when it's slammed.
I just dinked a star bc the menu is pretty pricey for pub fare. That being said, I got...more
I was in desperate need of some food after walking around in the Heath. We showed up around 5pm on a Sunday and got a table outside. I ordered a kale, cauliflower, and cheese tart. It was seriously amazing. I was definitely blown away. It came with roasted purple potatoes. Matt B got a pork roast he seemed pretty happy with.
The only downside was the abundance of smokers outside.