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The Red Lion and Sun, Highgate Village - pub details

Red Lion and Sun
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Address: 25, North Rd, Highgate Village, London, N6 4BE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2645) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Highgate (0.4 miles), Archway (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Upper Holloway (1.2 miles), Gospel Oak (1.3 miles), Hampstead Heath (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 67 users)
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user reviews of the Red Lion and Sun, Highgate Village

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5 most recent reviews of 14 shown - see all reviews

Quality pub, friendly barstaff - talked us through a selection of whiskeys with a decent level of knowledge on each one. Good place to end up in at the end of an evening!
j1mmyneutr0n - 16 Dec 2007 20:54
Nice sausages and mash!
anonymous - 5 Nov 2007 10:34
I really don't understand why some other locals have written such horrid things about this place.
Before it's recent re-fit it was a grubby old pub, with moldy, sticky carpets. It was dark, gloomy and smelt bad.
It's now bright, airy and still maintians a lot of traditional features such as the wood panneling and open fire places.
The new owner has worked extremely hard to make the place appealing, and to my mind he has acheived this.
Whilst this is still a pub, they do offer table service (for drinks alone is fine). But should you choose to order food then that's equally fine. The food is of good quality and very well priced. The average starter is only 4 and the mains are about 6.50... so not pricey (especially for Highgate).
I cannot stress enough just how welcoming they have been to us and our friends. We will continue to visit this pub regularly and suggest that others do the same.
ac1977 - 28 Oct 2007 12:22
Another wonderful local pub with loads of character transformed into a soulless laminated nightmare. I have no idea what the owner/brewery/landlord was thinking.

True its previous incarnation was a bit tatty around the edges, but it was nothing that new carpets and a fresh lick of paint wouldn't have solved. Instead it's been turned into an Ikea showroom.

Dreadful.
lookmother - 26 Oct 2007 16:49
Visiting the in-laws in the neighborhood I gave this place another chance. Great job too.

Gone are the TVs, faux rustic tat and the smelly carpet.

In with well kept beer, amazing value food. Outside to the sheltered smoking in the charming garden for a post-prandial cigarette, then back in to read the weekend papers in front a roaring real fire.

refreshing!

billtc - 7 Oct 2007 14:58

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