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Address: 50/54 Fore Street, Edmonton, London, N18 2SS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10525) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Silver Street (0.4 miles), Bruce Grove (0.4 miles), White Hart Lane (0.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 18 users)
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user reviews of Gilpins Bell, Edmonton

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Kind of has the vibe of a fake Wetherspoons but decent enough with plenty of seats. Very functional. They have those spicy peanuts that I like which has boosted the rating.
Richard_ReadingFC - 5 Apr 2018 12:18
Been in last few days haven't been in a while, staff behind bar are great the new couple running it are brilliant Stephen is so funny had a assortment of wigs on and had a craic with him, his wife Anna or annabells I heard a lot of people calling her is good while collecting glasses she spent time chatting to all the customers she told us about the quiz football and they seEm to want to make this pub work FINALLY SOME PEOPLE WITH PASSION they have excellent bar staff that are always polite and present .important stuff beer tastes great ales are fresh and a good choice and mix prices are excellent and cracking prices the biggest let down to this little gem in middle of Tottenham is food avoid at all cost I have been told the kitchen is separate business to the bar which you can see all the way the waitresses are rude and blaintantly rude to your face the "owner"of this franchise was walking in a track suit and doesn't care when we complained just gave us a load of bull he even laughed when my husband complained, when we went in this Sunday and the only reason we now still come in is to drink and soak up the friendly bar atmosphere the happy waitresses was slouched on a sofa and looked a effort for them to do any work. I would happily rate this pub 10 but am only giving 8 as the kitchen lets them down do wish the bar management and team all the best in the venture Linda and Richard Clark
Clarkey68 - 29 Jun 2016 11:27
Sadly gone now. Was a great boozer with a cross section of Edmonton's ethnic communities, more than can be said for a lot of other places in the area. I never visited on match days even though I'm a Spurs fan but would enjoy a stop off in the area for cheap and respectable food and beer.

Hearing it may well be reopened by the same people that run the Coach and Horses a few hundred metres south. I expect the prices to go up and beer quality to go down, but at least the option remains in the area.
R3NW5 - 23 Mar 2016 10:16
Large Wetherspoons. Home Supporters only on Tottenham match day. One of the only pubs in the area where you have a chance of a table if you plan to eat. Efficient with drinks and food in my experience. Lacks the pre-match atmosphere of some others in the area but remains a good option.
Biff10 - 28 Oct 2014 14:16
Managed to get into this Wetherspoons after a match at White Hart Lane last night. Apparently away fans are allowed in for youth games! It was fairly quiet, with a handful of seemingly Polish locals. Beers on were Adnams Ghost Ship & IPA, Ruddles Best, Greene King Abbot, Tetleys Gold Cask & Daleside Premium Gold. The 2 Westons ciders were Old Rosie and Marcle Hill. A few TVs were showing the Championship play-off semi-final. There's nothing particularly special about this 'spoons. But it's probably the only place roundabouts worth drinking in (assuming you're allowed entry).
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2013 15:49

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