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Jan's
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Address: 18 Northwold Road, Stoke Newington, London, N16 7HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37135) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stoke Newington (0.2 miles), Rectory Road (0.4 miles), Clapton (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Jan's, Stoke Newington

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Now this was a pleasant surprise. Great range of European beers, very knowledgable and friendly landlord. You wouldn't think much of it from the exterior, or its weird location, but this is well worth a visit.
patrickjsm - 30 May 2011 13:51
Agree with other posters completely. Quite a nice pub, bit of a funny location unfortunately in that you would only really see it as you went past on the bus. Good selection of bottled beers and quite dark - the sort of place that really makes me yearn for the days when you could smoke with your drink.
JCThunderbolt - 9 Dec 2009 16:06
How long can it last with no customers on a Saturday night?
Not long, methinks. Shame.
Planner_21 - 14 Apr 2009 01:41
Went in here one Saturday night in November 2008 just after it opened. Actually quite a nice decor, and as said by dpv has an interesting range of continental ales, particularly Belgian, think Duvel, Orangeboom, Frulli etc. Pub suffers from lack of clientele and atmosphere - perhaps the owners were thinking they could tap into the trendies of Church Street, when in reality it's just that little too far for their Birkenstocks and winkle pickers to walk - the Three Crowns being the furthest East they are willing to venture.
hackney_welsh - 11 Apr 2009 18:08
Note: review reflects a visit at the end of Jan 2009.
Formerly a trad style locals' pub, has now been refurbished into a Flemish style pub featuring mainly bottled beers. Particularly strong in Belgians (including some slightly unusual options), and a few unusual bottled beers from other locations (not "international" lagers brewed under license in the UK). I like the decor but may not suit traditionalists (more like a bar than a pub, perhaps). Very quiet - not many people there on a saturday night.
One handpump but I forget what was on - it was nothing unusual as I vaguely recall, and i was stuck into the bottled beers instead.
dpv - 7 Apr 2009 11:39

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