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The Salusbury, Kilburn - pub details

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Address: 50-52 Salusbury Road, London, NW6 6NN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3365) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Queens Park (0.1 miles), Brondesbury Park (0.4 miles), Kilburn Park (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Queens Park - London (0.1 miles), Brondesbury Park (0.4 miles), Kilburn High Road (0.6 miles)

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A pub/bar of the Hampstead variety. Full of right thinking Guardian reading men who resemble Chris Martin from Coldplay and couples who tell themselves that they live in Queen's Park because it's edgy when in fact they've simply been priced out of Primrose Hill. £4.50 for a pint of Bitburger(think I saw a poster of Che Guevara on the wall...) they have some decent ales on tap.


QueensParker - 19 Oct 2013 09:33
Once a shop conversion Irish bar now a place that is a bit up-it's-own-arse. Local hard drinkers sit outside in the smoking zone patronised by local pretentious folk who, although understanding, know they are so much better than them (and everyone else). Over priced second rate keg beer dominates the bar.
Snarling_Mallard - 24 Dec 2011 13:13
Currently visiting a pub for every station on the London Overground. Visited this pub for Queens Park. Like the classic album covers on the walls and was playing some decent music. However the menu seemed extortionately priced which stopped us from eating here. Adnams beers available. Bit poncy.
hillzy - 13 Jul 2011 20:24
O.K pub but there is this guy always hanging around in there perving on the women, he's got black hair and is quite fat and goes by the name pasty (Don't know why). The beady eyes, sticky gaze, and unsettling feeling of being mentally undressed by a low life pervert is one of the worst experiences any person can have, so look out for this guy in there.

Other than that good boozer, check it out.
oohaylepastay - 8 Apr 2009 15:14
The pub didn't make a good first impression: it was cold, smelt of detergent, and there weren't any menus in evidence, which is not great for what I would call a gastropub. However, things improved when the food arrived: whilst it was pricey, the roast beef we were served on a Sunday lunch was pretty fine and just about worth the cost. Ale-wise it was serving Adnams Bitter and Broadside, and the Bitter was served very well. It has an interesting u-shaped interior around another property as well. I'm not sure I'd return soon, but ultimately I quite liked this.
grecian - 12 Jan 2009 10:45

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