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Address: 83 Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, Kensal Green, London, NW10 3ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36807) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kensal Rise (0.1 miles), Kensal Green (0.4 miles), Queens Park (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensal Rise (0.1 miles), Kensal Green (0.4 miles), Brondesbury Park (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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Maggies Bar, Kensal Green (0.1 miles), Greyhound, Kensal Green (0.1 miles), Island, Kensal Green (0.2 miles), William IV, Kensal Green (0.3 miles), Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green, Kensal Green (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of Chamberlayne, Kensal Green

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Could be so much better. When we visited last week their till was misbehaving and I had to suggest to the staff that they take my credit card and run a tab [they hadn't thought of this and were turning other customers away!] The last three times we've been in they have had two ales on, but both were from Greene King: their IPA and Gangly Ghoul. Why would a pub not owned by GK serve only GK beers when London is stuffed with excellent new breweries? Does anybody like GK beers? Anyway, they had bottle-conditioned ales from Kernel and Beavertown in the fridge. On two consecutive rounds I had to ask them to cool a hot, just-out-of-the-dishwasher glass under the cold tap; both times they did so without mithering, but you shouldn't really have to ask. Who wants hot beer?

Fairly popular with the hipster types that have taken over the area but less pretentious than Paradise, the Parlour and the William but arguably more so than the Island and the Mason's.

The steaks are very good and priced accordingly. I have enjoyed sharing a blue Cote de Boeuf there on many occasions and have never been disappointed, but this is not a cheap option. The restaurant is in the back room and the front room is the pub. Before it became a pub it was a branch of Barclays bank.
red - 16 Nov 2014 19:20
Service here is appalling: that applies to bar stuff right up to management (especially the Manager). Bad attitude, non-interest -and on top of that, incompetent. One example to give of this is that I was served a juice that was clearly 'off'. When I politely mentioned to one of the bar staff that I thought my drink might be off, he just shrugged it off and carried on serving someone else. Similar response from other bar stuff. As it transpired, the whole carton from which the juice was served was completely off (frothing!) When the bar staff realised this, they didn't care and seemed annoyed at having to offer a replacement juice. The Manager was the worst of the lot: he showed annoyance at me pointing out the drink they served me was off! Maybe the staff's general bad attitude works in this place as the clientele is dominated here by wanna-be Notting-Hill-ites! Posey and style over (very very) little substance. Don't go.
yogid - 9 Jun 2010 22:37

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