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Address: 49 Regents Park Road, Primrose Hill, London, NW1 8XD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1345) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Chalk Farm (0.3 miles), Kentish Town West (0.7 miles), Camden Town (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Kentish Town West (0.7 miles), Camden Road (0.9 miles), South Hampstead (1 mile)

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Pembroke Castle, Primrose Hill (0.2 miles), Lansdowne, Primrose Hill (0.2 miles), Princess of Wales, Primrose Hill (0.2 miles), Albert, Primrose Hill (0.3 miles), Engineer, Primrose Hill (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Advertised all World Cup games then turned off the TV just as a penalty shoutout was happening! Everyone was well behaved, all drinks finished and just wanted to watch the end of the game after which they would have left. The manager was young and obviously had no experience. Shame as otherwise it was ok. Luckily the Pembroke Castle up the road let everyone in to watch the end of the game even though they were shut. If you're thinking of going to the queens go the Pembroke castle instead it's just up the road as is a far better pub.
Doyley3 - 6 Jul 2014 00:56
No Sky TV but they have BT Sport. Never had a problem with stafff and the prices are cheaper than other pubs in the area.

oak_cliff - 1 Jan 2014 23:03
Having been in there off and on for the last 10 months I feel I’m now able to put forward a subjective and honest review not based on the bias of one or two bad experiences.

In my opinion the place is pretty much a social club for the bar staff and their mates and they’ll do absolutely anything in their power to avoid serving you and actually do what they’re paid to do. On countless occasions now there have been multiple staff behind the bar who simply ignore you so they can continue chatting to their mates. On a couple of occasions they’ve come through the door behind the bar, made eye contact then totally ignored me to go off to chinwag to their colleagues (I must also add that I was the only person at the bar and there was absolutely no doubt we’d made eye contact and that the individual just couldn’t be bothered, lowered his gaze and walked off to his pals –the other 3 staff chatting who chose to ignore me too) It seems that all customers are inconveniencing the staff by making them work and that serving punters is clearly beneath them. (For a lesson in how to serve and chat to punters they should walk down the road to The Pembroke or The Albert)

Throw in the two geezers wedged in the same toilet cubicle repeatedly sniffing loudly (A sheltered lad like me could have no idea what they could possibly have been doing in there) and the nasty 80s cheese that was playing on my latest visit I think it’s fair to say I won’t ever be going back. The 6 others drinkers in the area are far far superior.

Avoid at all costs as customer service are words the staff simply don’t understand and when they do finally have the time in their busy personal schedule to serve you they, in my experience, are surely and very blunt with no expression or friendliness. The only reason I think this place survives is it’s close proximity to the Hill.

AlistairVonLion - 31 Jan 2013 13:42
A pub that wouldn't be out of place near Leicester Square - overpriced, crap food, crap service and crap atmosphere. Crap.
northlondon88 - 19 Feb 2012 12:47
Any pub in which you might enter and finds oneself immediately beset by an employee saying and asking "Have you reserved a table?" or "Would you like to go to our restaurant area upstairs?", is no longer a pub but has become a restaurant.

This change of use for this establishment should be registered.
mycetes - 31 Dec 2011 13:37

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