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Old Orleans, Enfield - pub details

Address: 202 Southbury Road, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 1UY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26164) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southbury (0.5 miles), Bush Hill Park (0.7 miles), Enfield Town (0.8 miles)

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Southbury Hotel, Enfield (0.1 miles), Lincoln Arms, Bush Hill Park (0.2 miles), Bush Hill Park Hotel, Enfield (0.6 miles), Goat, Ponders End (0.7 miles), Bar Form, Enfield Town (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Now a Harvester.
EnfieldTaaaanBlud - 23 Nov 2011 16:05
4 Cokes and 4 mains 60, pricey for what it is. Food reasonable. Fairly pleasant surroundings but not a pub its a Big American Diner. x TFA
nutbar - 24 Nov 2010 17:44
Well, what can I say that has not been already said. I have been using this pub??? since it used to be the wake arms and also City Limits. We arrives here as my wife wanted to go because it "looks so nice with all of the flowers outside" WHAT A MISTAKE! We arrived and parked in the ample car parking and were very impressed with the floral display outside, we wanted to sit outside as we have a four year old so she could use the play area. We sat down and four people lit up and started smoking so we moved inside, we were seated by our waitress who was very nice at a decent table and ordered drinks, the Fosters tasted like they had left pipe cleaning fluid in before serving and the gin and tonic tasted even worse (how can they mess that up??) we ordered the sticky chicken served on a bed of onions and when it arrived I thought they had made a mistake and given me a childs meal or starter. I complained to the waitress who got me some more fries as the twelve I had been given would not feed a mouse, once we had been given more we ate our meal, in fairness it didn't taste too bad but what a rip off. The staff here were ok the place is still a nice building but only go if you fancy being fleeced, the food is over priced and not great, the drinks do not taste right and you leave with a feeling of being ripped off!
stitsevol - 17 Aug 2009 09:27
Went to Old Orleans on a Sunday afternoon with wife and two kids. What a mistake. 25 mins before getting any service. The place was cold, although not as cold as the food when it arrived. Burnt black chips with a kids meal was not a good start. In fact, three of the four meals sent back to the kitchen and came back just as cold and equally unappealing. Greasy pasta is not a nice sight when presented on your plate, although their chef/cook obviously though it was because he/she did it twice. The so called meatballs looked like grisly off cuts. After complaining, we paid for the one meal that could have been eaten. Would i go there again. Never, never, never. This was without doubt the worst meal we have ever eaten out.
foodguru - 11 Mar 2007 16:21
Ridiculously expensive for drinks and food. NOT worth it, find yourself a real pub
Yvette - 2 Jan 2007 15:50

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