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Address: 91 Junction Road, London, N19 5QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2296) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Archway (0.1 miles), Tuffnell Park (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Upper Holloway (0.3 miles), Gospel Oak (1 mile), Crouch Hill (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 59 users)
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tufnellparka - 18 Sep 2013 15:05
Hadn't been here for a couple of years, but now I've moved back to the area thought i'd pop in to see how it was doing. the fact 'The Pirate' appears to have now left is certainly a bonus, but he appears to have been replaced by someone even more annoying (the manager, apparently) whose braying, plummy voice did nothing to aid our digestion after we went outside to the beer garden following our (very nice) meal and were told to keep our voices down as "there are neighbours" - at 9.30 on a Saturday night! Beautiful pub, fine selection of drinks. Terrible bar snacks (never eaten anything as greasy as the 'home made crisps' - but a nice idea, none-the-less) and all the other staff couldn't have been nicer but hope the manager moves on soon.
muswellhillgirl - 13 Aug 2013 13:50
Hadn't been here for a couple of years, but now I've moved back to the area thought i'd pop in to see how it was doing. the fact 'The Pirate' appears to have now left is certainly a bonus, but he appears to have been replaced by someone even more annoying (the manager, apparently) whose braying, plummy voice did nothing to aid our digestion after we went outside to the beer garden following our (very nice) meal and were told to keep our voices down as "there are neighbours" - at 9.30 on a Saturday night! Beautiful pub, fine selection of drinks. Terrible bar snacks (never eaten anything as greasy as the 'home made crisps' - but a nice idea, none-the-less) and all the other staff couldn't have been nicer but hope the manager moves on soon.
muswellhillgirl - 13 Aug 2013 13:50
Keep coming back here every few months, as a friend not far away. Mid week always easy enought to grab a table. Then to work through the 3 beers they have on (plus range of others if you so desire). Not the cheapest, around 3.80 a pint, but the staff DO always rewash the glasses to ensure cold when beer goes in. Nice touch.

As others say, food is good, but pricey. 1.85 for a croquette makes a change from packet of crisps.
zakman - 2 Oct 2012 07:44
just curious if a barmaid still works here... her name is Dominika
OBG - 12 Jun 2011 05:04

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