An idyllic retreat set in beautiful country house-style surroundings, The Freemasons Arms serves a menu of gourmet European recipes. Trained in high-class cookery schools in Spain and Italy, the chefs bring a wealth of experience, and demonstrate knowledge of a breadth of classic and complex cooking techniques. Partnering with Rothschild wine merchants, guests can choose a bottle from the well-stocked cellar.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
The Freemasons Arms
32 Downshire HillLondonNW3 1NT
- Public transport:
- Hampstead Heath, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Freemasons Arms
Visited during the weekend and was busy but still plenty of space. Has a large outdoor area which welcomes all from families to dog and someone who wants to enjoy a drink. They have upstairs and downstairs seating with a very welcoming atmosphere - each time I have brought children they have been very good. The drinks are reasonably priced - haven't eaten there even though I have heard good... more
If you're planning to spend your afternoon walking in Hampstead Heath, this place makes a a great pitstop for a pint or a glass of prosseco. Sun's out? Make sure you head towards the back of the house, to the huge terrace. The roast looked amazing but will have to come back and eat here to confirm.
Service at the bar and no food outside unfortunately, but this is a cool gastro-pub, well situated. more
Well, this place seemed a bit posh.
I think that it's probably just a bit nicer than the usual dives I end up in. Definitely the place you take your parents for a spot of lunch.
They appear to let dogs in on the front patio as well, so that's always a good thing.
We only stayed for one drink, but it's a nice place and staff seem friendly. Not perhaps somewhere where I would go for a ballsy... more
Not impressed by the unprofessional clumsy service. STAFF aren't trained properly here,all the orders get mixed up frequently. Food is below average. more
This is my favorite pub in London ...
although I suppose to be completely fair I would need to eat and drink in the remaining 12,350 I haven't been to.
But I have been to quite a few and this is my favorite - by far.
Strangely, it appears in no guides to restaurants, guides to pubs or travel guides - despite the fact that the room and the pub are both superb.
There are MANY London... more