The Pineapple is a small pub with a homely feel to it. They have Sky TV, a quiz night on Thursdays and a dart board. Catering for private parties of up to 50 guests is available upon request. Pavement seating is provided, weather permitting.
Venue Details & Map
The Pineapple Pub
51 Leverton StreetKentish TownLondonNW5 2NX
- +44 (0)20 7284 4631
- Public transport:
- Gospel Oak, National Railway
Lovely place! The atrium and outside area are very accommodating but what did it for me was the Thai food. I must say it has to be some of the best I've had in London and I know my Thai food!! I had the Satai; chicken was moist and the peanut sauce was legit! Then I had the duck red curry. Perfect spice balance where the heat was continuous without being overwhelming. Veggies were fresh and...more
This is a lovely gastro pub. It offers a great choice of real ale as well as fantastic Thai food. It also has a friendly atmosphere and affordable prices. Definitely one of the best pubs in the area!more
It might not have the frenetic buzz of Camden, but leafy Kentish Town does have some absolutely smashing hostelries for a high quality ale alongside a bunch of faithful locals, some of whom have definitely been coming to the same pub, on the same night, for about 30 years... which is obviously testament to a pub's loyalty calibre, let's be honest.
The Pineapple is one of those endlessly...more
Best. Thai food. In London. End of story.
It doesn't matter what's on tap. I mean, I'm sure it's good. But come here for the Thai food. This is as close as you get to proper Thai, even compared to posh restaurants like Mango Tree, and a steal at £7 for a main. They have all the options - red curry, green curry, penang - but I always go for the noodle dishes as they're the shining stars - pad...more
What a lovely, lovely pub.
A couple of my neighbours told me that this is their favourite pub in the area, so we have been meaning to visit for a while. As everyone has already mentioned, it is a busy pub with a relaxed atmosphere on a residential street (between Kentish Town and Tufnell Park.) There is a large conservatory area in the back and plenty of space in the beer garden.