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Edinboro Castle
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Address: 57, Mornington Terrace, London, NW1 7RU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1009) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Twitter: Edinborocastle

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Nearest tube stations Camden Town (0.3 miles), Mornington Crescent (0.3 miles), Euston Square (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Camden Road (0.5 miles), London Euston (0.6 miles), Kentish Town West (0.8 miles)

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Lovely location, but at 1800 on a mid-week evening they had run entirely out of Ales, which was a poor start.

The garden was lovely though, so we stayed for a first round. I would have stayed for a second, but after 25 minutes at the bar it became clear the staff were serving those they knew and liked immediately, and those they didn't recognise...never....so that cut the evening short rather and we left to find a more accommodating venue,
dbrb2 - 26 May 2016 23:05
Large old fashioned pub that has been made over and is now a trendy pub and restaurant.

4 ales on draught, the Doom Bar was excellent

Food was reasonably priced and good, but one meal from our 11 was not cooked with the original order and this took another 15 mins to arrive.

Nice pub and good overall experience

lezford - 25 Oct 2013 17:16
All the comments about the Edinboro are pretty accurate.

Great in the summer although it takes an age to get served as there are never enough bar staff on and the length of the bar makes it hard to get into a decent spot (as well as practically every punter paying by card which slows the process down even further) Granted there is a bar outside for the summer but it's not that well stocked and there are no draught lager or ales on there)

The punters are sadly an eclectic mix of loud mouthed Daddy bought it for me types and moaning old young media hags.

However I'll keep returning as the garden really is the best in Camden and they've really hit the nail on the head with the winter tent and the heaters.
AlistairVonLion - 6 Dec 2012 14:17
When in North London, I have been coming here for many years. There is a reason it is busy.... its good. In the summer, its impossibly busy. Tonight, in November, it may have beeen the first time I have eaten here. Great value for a tenner - two courses. Lots of interesting beers. There is nothing not to like about this place.
Mappiman - 16 Nov 2011 23:47
I've been here for food with my family one Saturday afternoon, and it was all excellent, really good fish and chips and a decent bitter from a small brewery. Service possibly a little slow, but sitting in the sun in the beautiful the garden made me feel a little more forgiving.

I occasionally pop in in the evening with my wife, and yes, as other reviews have observed, it's incredibly busy and full of the young and the loaded shouting at each other. Long wait at the bar, but nothing I couldn't cope with. If the clientele bother you, you're probably in the wrong area- Camden is largely populated by well to do media types.

Decent range of ales which seem to be kept pretty well, and loads of lagers etc. Overall, on a weekday summer evening, sat in the garden, you could do a lot worse in this area.

TOP TIP- apparently, when it rains, the pub offers reductions on bottles of wine, they don't advertise it, although it is mentioned on their website. Go in and ask next time it rains, and get drunk for less!
dead_celeb - 10 Jul 2011 19:59

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