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Address: Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3JX [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Kilburn (0.5 miles), Willesden Green (0.5 miles), Willesden Junction (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Cricklewood (0.4 miles), Brondesbury (0.7 miles), Brondesbury Park (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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It;s re-opened as some kind of ethnic restaurant... didn't quite catch which nationality has taken over it as I passed by on the bus.
Snarling_Mallard - 12 Jun 2010 19:05
This pub has closed down.
rico166 - 16 Oct 2008 16:19
Perfectly acceptable local pub. Does a decent pint and has a friendly enough clientele. Been going there for four years and never seen any bother. The food is surprisingly decent too.
Jack_Black - 6 Sep 2007 12:19
Brown beer is OK, popular hangout for the sullen shell-suited brigade. Hooped earrings and England top compulsory.
anonymous - 17 Jul 2007 21:10
Solidly average pub, most notable for a couple of very handsome Eastern European barmaids (yes, it wasn't just Kevin), who unfortunately don't seem to be there anymore either. Fruit machines, Sky TV, beer, and men's toilets without a sh*tter. Awesome.

So it seems to have come under new management, as the aforementioned lovelies have moved on, and the menu has completely changed to a sort of provincial Wetherspoons mimic - "2 meals for 6 after 3pm on a leap year if you're dressed as an elf" kinda thing, although the food is at least what you expect - no more, no less. Clientele also seems to be shifting from primarily Eastern European to Irish. Where have the Polish gone?

My mate used to travel down from Cambridge to go there with me (refer barmaids comments), but I think he's given up now.

NB: there was a brief period there when the upstairs part of the building seemed to be a homespun prostitute's rave or something - bright lights flashing through macrame curtains and the requisite "THUD-THUD" of the "Best Techno Album In The World - EVER"-style soundtrack cranked up inside. Saw some brilliantly trashy girls and guys exiting, spewing, starting up on the street, for about 3 Saturdays in a row, with the attendant gorillas on a suitably dark and dingy door, but I've not seen it again. Anyone know about this? Cheers
bazco101 - 3 Aug 2006 16:31

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