The Two Brewers, Northaw - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19317) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Outside seating
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Sun Inn, Northaw (0.2 miles), Chequers, Potters Bar (0.7 miles), Green Man, Potters Bar (1.2 miles), Oakmere House, Potters Bar (1.2 miles), Cannings Wine Bar, Potters Bar (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 9 shown - see all reviews
|Pleasantly refurbished but still retains a lot of its character. The small "public bar" area at the eastern end has been retained together with the dartboard. Three real ales were on offer - Bombardier, Eagle IPA and Wadworths 6X. Both the Bombardier and the Eagle were in excellent condition and a round consisting of one of each came to £7.50 which is fairly standard locally. This pub is preferable to the over-priced Sun just up the road. It still feels like a pub (although the food smelled good) rather than a restaurant. Recommended.|
Number11 - 23 Oct 2015 22:04
|I visited twice in April 2014 to eat. The interior has recently been refurbished and it has a modern air. There was a good selection of beers and a few guest ales too when I visited. |
The staff on duty were very friendly but young and lacking experience.
The food is satisfactory, the dishes are well executed and presented and generously portioned so are good value for money, if your looking for a Pub Meal and are considering other local options such as Harvester or any of the McMullen pubs in the area then The Brewers is on a par. However the food does not match sophistication of The Sun, also in Northaw, but neither does the price.
I will be returning.
SirTricky - 12 May 2014 08:52
|Went here again today and again not dissapointed, my other half had the roast chicken dinner and I tried the salt beef sandwich which was absolutely spot on and as good as I have ever had, washed down with a couple of beers. As usual the staff were very obliging and polite. Being a retired publican myself I would highly recommend this pub.|
mysterypubguest - 1 Apr 2012 20:13
|A Charles Wells pub so some of that groups ales (I think three real ales). Food deserves a mention, a varied menu and clearly home prepared. Had traditional pie mash and liquor, very authentic and just what you'd expect from proper london pie & mash shop :)|
slimgym - 29 Feb 2012 20:42
|Very nice and well run pub in a lovely peaceful location with very friendly staff and a good selection of beers. The food also deserves special mention with an excellent menu catering for almost every ones tastes and is reasonably priced. |
I use this pub on quite a regular basis and is worth the 15 mile journey from London and Christine (the landlady) always makes you very welcome.
mysterypubguest - 14 Jan 2012 16:23
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