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The Sir Colin Campbell, Kilburn - pub details

Sir Colin Campbell
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Address: 266 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 2BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11811) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Brondesbury (0.2 miles), Kilburn (0.4 miles), West Hampstead (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Brondesbury (0.2 miles), West Hampstead (0.5 miles), Brondesbury Park (0.5 miles)

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it is now in the GBG - only two ales on Taylor's (yuk) Landlord and a stout. The stout was a nice pint. It has a wine bar feel to it now though and the old style character pub it once was has now gone. Think I'd prefer keg beer and a proper pub to be honest.
Snarling_Mallard - 15 Mar 2019 01:45
I'd not been to any pubs in Kilburn before. So, the Sir Colin Campbell was a first. There are rooms either side of a central bar. It is nicely decorated with plenty of wood. There are 3 handpulls in each bar. But, the solitary real ale was Siren Under Current. Apparently, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Wild Beer Millionaire had just gone off. Not a bad place. Just a shame, there was only one ale on and that it wasn't really my type of beer.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Mar 2019 20:14
A bit of a Doctor Who kind of experience - as in stepping from Mogadishu High Street into a bar in 1971 Ballyturbet. No proper ale, so I plumped for the lager (should have gone for Guinness really but only realised that afterwards). Nice friendly lady behind the bar and a very clean pub throughout. The one or two locals did seem to echo that 'I wouldn't talk to your pigs so why should I talk to you' unwelcoming kind of mentality but I quite liked the place based on this visit.
Snarling_Mallard - 9 Sep 2011 18:36
There are lots of advertisements adorning the walls of this U-shaped Irish pub advertising traditional music on Friday and Saturday nights, but it was very depressing during my Saturday afternoon visit.

There are a couple of TVs at the badly lit rear, but no Sky Sports and surprisingly the Guinness wasnít up to scratch. The barman was a nice chap, but I go the feeling that the old boys in attendance would have preferred it if I had walked past the pub.

There is a dartboard, but there was seating on the oche and Iím not sure that Iíd want to stay for a game anyway.

Iím a big fan of Irish pubs, but not this one.
Strongers - 15 Nov 2009 23:47
As for Trad. Irish Music and Irish songs it was a great Pub to be in for St. Patrickís Night / Weekend and during Easter , with its usual Saturday Irish Music session . Conversation referring to the Auld Country and of times past were heard frequently through the evening and night . The Quiz Master who holds the regular Thursday night Quiz contributed his pennyís worth as usual . Very enjoyable .
Take it from J i g s ( Jim In Good Spirits )
Jigs - 26 Mar 2008 22:09

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