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Address: 24 Browning Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 3AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14687) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Leytonstone (0.4 miles), Wanstead (0.7 miles), Snaresbrook (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Leytonstone High Road (0.6 miles), Leyton Midland Road (1.1 miles), Wanstead Park (1.4 miles)

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user reviews of the North Star, Leytonstone

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5 most recent reviews of 101 shown - see all reviews

First visit the other Saturday. A most pleasant boozer tucked down a side street. Everyone seemed very friendly. Excellent pint of Guinness and a cosy beer garden out the back. Will return.
AlistairVonLion - 1 Nov 2014 13:22
Pub had a makeover since I last come in. Seems bigger, maybe shortened the bar or something and a younger crowd. New Thai food menu which is being cooked by the fat governor' s Thai import. Couple of unsavoury load mouths in there dominating the bar , one great big dopey looking bloke well over six feet digging everyone out sounds like he is missing many brain cells, shouting and bossy. Nice drop of varied ales, well worth a visit.

Danny1955 - 1 Apr 2014 01:42
Cracking back street boozer hidden away in Leytonstone village. They now serve food and also have football on the telly. Usually lively on Friday nights, as they tend to play decent indie music. The locals are friendly - probably the best pub in the area.
kristianJ - 21 Apr 2012 15:57
What has happened to this pub? Used to be great 18 months ago and was my local. When back in London I visted a couple of weeks ago on a Friday and Sunday and it was dead on the Friday when it used to be rocking. It wasn't too busy on the Sunday either but the service was terrible and there were glasses everywhere and the older guy and rude French girl couldn't cope. We left and went to the Red Lion. Shame.

Scousemac - 8 Apr 2012 11:27
Just moved in to this area. Wasn´t sure about the pub from outside but popped in eventually. Really nice local with delicious and cheap food. The food we had was lovely - crab burger was delicious and prawns also really good. I´ve heard they´re doing a mussels night soon and going to go for sure. Definitely worth a visit for the food and particularly if you like a laid back non-chain environment (ie slower than a chain but much more tasty & friendly).
HelenStar - 27 Jan 2012 19:01

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