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Plough, Crews Hill - pub details

Address: Cattlegate Road, Crews Hill, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 9DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13604) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crews Hill (0.2 miles), Gordon Hill (1.6 miles), Cuffley (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 12 users)
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A McMullens eating establishment housed in the middle of 'Garden Centre City'. As you can gather from the reviews somewhere people go to eat as opposed to a social pub. At busy times drinkers can be relcoated to the odd shelf. The pint of McMullens IPA was quite an acquired taste - as in for those who like drinking the contents of mop buckets. Another place I could imagine to be like the restaurant from the original edition of 'Bedside Mad' when busy.
Snarling_Mallard - 18 Dec 2011 21:11
Nice pub with a good garden. The staff, in general, seemed a friendly bunch and the bar staff quite unflustered, even on a hot sunny Saturday lunchtime, with the place being packed. The food looked good too. We only had sandwiches, which were very good indeed. I sampled the "Stokers", which was excellent.
Definitely a pub to return to.

Phantom_Pigeon - 23 May 2011 10:03
This is a great place to eat, popped in last night (Tuesday) for a light meal and a pint and was surprised to see the place so busy. There must be at least 150 seats and everyone had a person sat eating. Tried the local ale A.K it was OK but the Country Bitter was superb. The food was very good. Staff and manager Mike were very friendly even though very busy, I will definatly return. BREWTEN
brewten - 3 Nov 2010 13:06
Good place (well, actually the only place) to unwind after slogging around all the nurseries and before going home to plant 'em all. Staff are friendly (waitress was a bit dippy) and beers kept well. Menu is average and a tad expensive.
BobOs - 23 Aug 2008 10:46
It is funny how a pub doesn’t get a review for 3 years and then gets 2 in the space of 4 days, but I popped into the Plough last Friday. I had a spot of lunch, before walking around the endless garden centres. It’s a big pub with a conservatory, ample parking and plenty of outside seating that incorporates a children’s play area.

The lager was good and waitress was very friendly and helpful. My bacon and cheese burger was missing the cheese, but it was nice anyway. At around 12:30 the pub started to fill up with pensioner types who started to bombard the kitchen with orders for fish and chips. I got the feeling that the local residents are in their twilight years, so I wouldn’t imagine that it is a beehive of activity in the evenings (but I could be wrong).

This is a food orientated family friendly pub.
Strongers - 29 Feb 2008 10:48

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