This Kilburn gastro pub is split into two halves, one being a bar and the other a restaurant. On the menu you'll find a mixture of mediterranean and traditional English dishes. The building is well-preserved and features a Grade II listed ceiling that's beautifully decorated with carved wood, gold paint and chandeliers.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
The Black Lion
274 Kilburn High RoadLondonNW6 2BY
- Public transport:
- Brondesbury, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Black Lion
Best Sunday Roast in NW London!!
I know it's a big statement but when you have had one to many awful tasteless roasts in your lifetime you tend to appreciate finding a place that can get it so right.
This is it, once you can get past the dark, overcrowded front area of the pub and walk a little further into the venue there is a bright area that can be reserved.
They also have a beer... more
Exceptional pub. Good decor with casual feel. Good spirits selection and tap selection. Can't comment on regular menu selection as I stopped off for Sunday dinner. Had excellent lamb with trimmings. more
In terms of decor this place is a gem.
Huge main room fantastically adored with amazing ceilings and floors, plus everything in-between. If you are interested in unique pub designs, this is a must-stop.
That said, I didn't eat and thus cant comment on the food. It's also a hotel and so reviews might include sleeping quarter experiences. more
The most beautiful pub in one of London ugliest High Roads. It has been a while since I had any food here but I still remember the size of those fish'n'chips ... As I'm more of a wine drinker than beer aficionado, I can only comment on the former. Fairly impressive list with only the most important 250ml optioned listed next to the price for a whole bottle - £7 for a glass of wine really is... more
The Black Lion is like a welcoming beacon in the darkness that is Kilburn High Road. This place is a wasteland for food and drink, we were walking along for ages trying to find a decent pub that we could go into for dinner and eventually this place shone out of the rain!
It's quite a large space with a separate bar and dining room. We grabbed a big squashy couch and settled in with drinks to... more