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Address: 21 Love Lane, Tottenham, London, N17 8HG [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Bruce Grove (0.1 miles), White Hart Lane (0.1 miles), Northumberland Park (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.7/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Is this still open
Hornchurchyid - 20 Feb 2012 11:12
This pub is under new management and the Licencees attend local residents meetings so looks like they are here to stay and care about the locals. Newly decorated. Give this pub a chance - I have been in worse. The last guvnor although a nice chap had awful clientele who played too loud music and they parked their cars all over the pavement outside so it was more like a car lot than a pub. Residents complained to the Council and he was forced to leave. Years ago this was a good Irish Boozer but well worth a visit.
Lena11 - 20 Nov 2008 13:50
Gone steadily downhill over the years. Was a fine place to meet a few years back. Wouldnt give it the time of day now.
nickthefish - 10 Jun 2008 16:18
My mate got a blowjob in the toilets of some bird in this pub one Friday night. Now that is a Brucie if ever there was one.
Cockney_Hammer - 29 Dec 2007 02:50
Ah The British Queen.. Unfortunately my experience of visits to this establishment started in the mid 70ís when I bragged to a family member that I had sneaked in for a quick pint before a Spurs game. The said same uncle then considered that he would continue the education of a young naÔve 16 year old by a visit to the Sunday lunchtime stripper sessions that used to take place in this era. To say that the experience had a scarring effect on one so young is an understatement and I did not visit for several years after. After a delay of many many seasons where I switched allegiance to the Olive Branch in Park Lane (not sure why, but it seemed a good idea at the time) and latterly the Gilpin Bell in the high road, have now revisited the British Queen on match days several times over the last few months when meeting colleagues at White Hart Lane station.
For my recent experiences I cannot actually better the description given by Roger B below. And frankly if it wasnít the closest pub to the station and for the reasons given below one of the few places you can guarantee to get served reasonably quickly on a match day, I see no reason to go here.
Except for the fact that on Saturdays I do feel at home here as, I am on day release and after a few plastic pints it doesnít get any better than a Chaz N Dave medley.

Gann - 19 Dec 2007 13:52

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