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The King and Tinker, Enfield - pub details

King and Tinker

Address: Whitewebbs Lane, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 9HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36124) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Turkey Street (1.2 miles), Theobalds Grove (1.8 miles), Gordon Hill (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.9/10 (rated by 14 users)
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No wonder Lager is preferred over real ale.
Five handpumps all with pump clips showing.
A pint of Hobgoblin please. Sorry it's off. But the clip is showing. I'll turn it round.
A pint of Hobgoblin Gold then. That is also off. And the pump clip? I'll turn it round.
What beer is actually on? GK IPA. I don't like that. London pride. That's even worse.
Tribute? I suppose it will have to be.

When I left an hour later the pump clips were still showing.
As I passed a customer I heard him ask for a pint of Gold - well you can guess the rest.
fugglehops - 7 May 2018 19:06
I believe this pub is classed as within London. But it's in one of the most remote parts of the capital I've been to. In fact, it's good half an hour walk from the nearest bus route, past Tottenham's brand new training ground, through woodland and past golf courses. Beers were better than I had expected - Fullers London Pride, Greene King IPA, Oakham JHB, St Austell Tribute & Adnams Ghost Ship. There is a small, cosy bar area with a table reserved for dog owners and to the side is a separate dining area. The pub garden had a bouncy castle in operation yesterday. I'm not sure it's worth the slog from the Great Cambridge Road. But it's still a very nice pub.
blue_scrumpy - 22 May 2017 20:49
Hadn't been here for years and was underwhelmed last time: How things have changed: On a freezing Saturday night the pub was warm and welcoming with a good selection of beers including beautifully served hobgoblin Gold.

The pub is very dog friendly
czartank - 20 Jan 2017 21:53
Visiting on a mid-week afternoon is probably not a good time to give a fair assessment of this pub as it was very quiet. Nice location and probably dependent on food rather than bere as indicated by the large restaurant area and small bar. Nevertheless, a fair selection of ales available and the Hobgoblin Gold was OK and served by friendly barmaid.
davewat - 24 Mar 2015 13:48
Popular pub in a nice location.
I get the feeling that it could be run better.
Food is okay but can take up to an hour to be served.

Three ales to choose from.
Twaites Magic Sponge was good.
The Wainwright dispensed clear water (I think the pipes had been cleaned out and not drained off).
That left Greedy King IPA (which is also like water - and that is when the beer has been tapped and pulled through).
fugglehops - 16 Jun 2014 20:41

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