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The Birdcage, Stoke Newington - pub details

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Address: 58 Stamford Hill, London, N16 6XS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2212) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stoke Newington (0.1 miles), Stamford Hill (0.6 miles), Rectory Road (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 54 users)
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Closed at the moment. The windows are whitewashed. Not sure if it's permanent or if they're having a refurb.
Subterraneo - 20 Apr 2015 21:45
We called in here on a rainy afternoon when we were looking for Sunday lunch and enjoyed the atmosphere, drinks and food so much we stayed all day.

Decent selection of real ales and the food was great - we were a little put off with the wording of the Sunday lunch as it sounded a bit different from the traditional but what came was a typical Sunday lunch, one of the best I've had for a while in fact. The music was pleasant but not too loud and the bar staff were friendly and helpful. Can't recommend it enough.
DudleyC - 14 Nov 2012 11:13
Having now tried the food here I can recommend the various mezze platters. Good value for money and friendly service!
Pin - 16 Nov 2011 09:51
I agree with Hotfoot. We live just down the road and have visited this pub a couple of times. The place doesn't seem to know what it is- they have a beautiful building with some gorgeous period features which has been decorated in a rather odd pastiche of styles (really nice middle eastern lamps and a few rugs, framed Parisian-style Art Deco posters). There are both pizzas and a very intruiging selection of mezze stuff on the menu. Two real ales (Landlord and Pride) are on offer, though not very well kept, and they have the full gamut of other stuff from lager to cocktails and a big coffee machine. It's usually pretty dead on a weekday evening, but I've heard live music coming from upstairs and there's usually a crowd outside on the weekends enjoying the sun.

Anyway, weirdnesses aside it's a friendly enough place. Like I said, beer isn't great, but I'm looking forward to testng out the menu someday and if I wanted a decent pint I'd go down the road to the Jolly Butcher anyway. The Bird Cage is good for a bog standard lager in the afternoon sun and for watching the locals coming out of Morrissons.
Pin - 14 Jul 2011 11:07
eight pounds for a bottle of kopperberg cider and a Tim Taylor landlord,6/10
fat_beer_badger - 25 Apr 2011 23:20

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