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Address: 13-15, North Pole Rd, London, W10 6QH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1680) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thenorth-pole.co.uk

Nearest tube stations White City (0.6 miles), Latimer Road (0.6 miles), Ladbroke Grove (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensal Green (0.9 miles), Kensal Rise (1.1 miles), Willesden Junction (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.7/10 (rated by 23 users)
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user reviews of The North Pole, North Kensington

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Lovely spacious pub, catches the sun (when it appears), friendly staff. Best Sunday lunch we have found in the area.
michaelandrebecca - 11 Sep 2010 13:11
A great pub with good food and a good selection of drink. Freindly and professional staff and the manager has really done a great job in keeping an attractive atmosphere.

Great local pub.
Jens - 21 Apr 2010 10:42
Avoid at all costs - terrible food and awful service last time I visited - which coincidentally will be the last time I visit this place.
happyhank - 29 Oct 2009 12:34
NIce pub in a stark, slightly strange part of London.
The BBC near-by means media types for lunch and after work drinks and then a more desolate local crowd later at night. So expect a very eclectic demographic which is how a boozer should be.
It sells very nice grub (especially the burgers) and the beer offering is pretty decent.
The Xmas tree this year is bleedin huge which is good as it makes one feel cosy and toasty as you walk in the door.
The only complaint is that there are telly boxes on the walls. Why do people need to watch T.V. down the pub? I have an idea....Have a conversation!!!! Oh, maybe it's the BEEB lot wanting to watch their handy craft after work. Nice one Auntie.
(9/10)
rjbradburnesq - 18 Dec 2008 01:10
I can go on and on about this pub, but will cut straight to it. What a great boozer. Some have warned me about going there, but I had to see for myself. And am I glad I did. Upon walking in the open plan that greets you gives you a warm feeling. I decided to visit in the evening, and ambience is as good a word as any. The tall South African fella behind the bar was doing a great job as setting the atmosphere, by making suttle chages to the lighting and the volume of the music as and when it was required. At first I thought he was the manager, but was shocked to here that he was only a supervisor. He informed me very kindly that the manager of the pub was also the headchef who had earlier cooked my steak(and what a steak) for me.
I will delight in telling more people about The North Pole. Thanks to the staff who made my evevning there a great one.
Release - 6 Nov 2008 15:57

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