The Horseshoe, Hampstead - pub details
Previously called: Three Horseshoes
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- Food served, Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
King William IV, Hampstead (0.1 miles), Flask, Hampstead (0.1 miles), Holly Bush, Hampstead (0.1 miles), Duke of Hamilton, Hampstead (0.2 miles), Ye Olde White Bear, Hampstead (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 44 shown - see all reviews
|I go here occasionally when going to the Pentameters Theatre upstairs and I always like the place. There is a good range of beer and a convivial ambience, though that does mean that it can get hard to find a seat. As gastro pubs go, this does nothing remarkable but does do everything well. I'll keep going as long as it keeps like this.|
Matthew_of_Ham - 7 Apr 2012 17:34
|It is not exactly a pub in the traditional olde worlde sense and many may hark back to the 3 horseshoes as it was when a proper style pub, but it has good beers and wines and great food. Staff are helpful and pleasant whenever I have been there. It can be rather pricey but quality of food and drink is good. Only problem is the noise when the place is full - conversation can be difficult.|
theamazingharoldo - 31 May 2011 12:13
|I live opposite this pub but rarely use it. The cask beer can be poorly kept, and a pint of the keg pale ale will set you back more than £4, which is pretty pricey even by Hampstead standards. Much more of a restaurant than a pub. There are few good pubs left in Hampstead, but the Flask, the Holly Bush and the Duke of Hamilton are all within a couple of minutes walk of the Horseshoes and I would recommend going to one of them instead.|
Vathek - 26 May 2011 09:57
|A modern style gastropub in central Hapstead.|
Cask ales from the associated Camden Brewery (actually in Camden, not on site) are reasonably priced for London. There
are a few quality bottled beers and an interesting selection of key beers including Brew Dog. The wine list is fairly
extensive as might be expected of a quality eatery. I didn't try the food but it looked and smelt good
Uncle_Dunkel - 25 Feb 2011 13:43
|Great service, nice wine list with good range of prices. Bar and waiting staff that can actually hold a conversation and have opinions about the food and wine. |
Best fish and chips we've had in London for a long time.
Only complaint would be that its a bit noisy, the acoustics are all wrong.
anna.o - 15 May 2009 08:48
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