Young's pubs are located across the UK, they offer a warm friendly atmosphere are serve great british dishes throughout the day and evening.
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Bull & Gate
389 Kentish Town RoadLondonNW5 2TJ
- +44 (0)20 7485 5358
- Public transport:
- Kentish Town West, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of Bull & Gate
After the initial shock of this pub no longer selling Guinness. The revamp hasn't ruined it. And I can't fault the way it's been turned from a real nice boozer to a (for want of a better word) gastropub.
Usually I hate these places, but it really hasn't ruined the place.
It's big as well with a cocktail bar upstairs and a dining room out back. more
Great pub, restaurant, gastropub or whatever you want to call it.
I like the beautiful interior, the nice comfy fire place, and all sorts of rooms like the more real pub feeling area but also a dining room.
Great menu with both pubfood and more elaborate stuff.
They serve both Sunday roast and a la carte food on Sundays. more
I guess it's more a case of what you want at the time. For me this is the perfect lazy Sunday afternoon dwelling or chilling out with a couple of drinks on a Friday night. Not the place to go if your looking for a lively starting or finishing point. The food looks good but I didnt try. As I've only had drinks I can only score it on what I've experienced which is what I've done. more
Terrible! Food took nearly an hour to arrive and that too after multiple complaints. Fish pie was nearly all mashed potato with no fish. Beef shin stew had less meat than a Mcdonalds burger. Roasts passable but overpriced for the tiny meat portion. Dessert never came so had to order the bill. This place has gone completely downhill and will likely shutter soon. more
Apparently this place has been totally revamped recently. As my first visit was just a couple of weeks ago I can't speak for what it was like before, but whoever was in charge of the redesign certainly knows what they're doing. There seem to be three sections: downstairs, it's a quality, gastro pub (typical of the sort you'd find throughout London these days), at the back there's a fancy... more