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Londesborough
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Address: 36, Barbauld Rd, London, N16 0SS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3927) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Dalston Kingsland (0.7 miles), Canonbury (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Rectory Road (0.6 miles), Stoke Newington (0.7 miles), Dalston Kingsland (0.8 miles)

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We had our wedding reception here in May 2010. The food, service and organisation (especially by Annie the manager) were superb. Everything went like clockwork and so many people in our party said how great the place was afterwards. Would recommend it to anyone thinking of having a pub reception or a party of anykind. Top notch.
annilhus - 19 Jul 2010 10:26
Visited yesterday and recommend it highly, good range of drinks and contrary to what the other reviewer said the food has always good and I have been several times on different days of the week. Nice and friendly bar staff and good to be able to get Doom Bar bitter on tap.
imp123 - 4 Jun 2010 09:33
Our visit tonight for dinner was a big disappointment. The beer was very good but the food was very poor.

Over cooked, old oil tasting chips. Battered fish even Captain Birdseye would reject and odd tasting peas that were mashed (not mushy). A pie with a very under cooked, limp crust and gloopy innards served with 'Smash' like mash. The only redeeming feature was the perfectly cooked broccoli.

Only beer for us in this place from now on. At the prices they are charging there is no excuse it could be so much better.

gingerkinter - 27 Apr 2010 22:06
Our visit tonight for dinner was a big disappointment. The beer was very good but the food was very poor.

Over cooked, old oil tasting chips. Battered fish even Captain Birdseye would reject and odd tasting peas that were mashed (not mushy). A pie with a very under cooked, limp crust and gloopy innards served with 'Smash' like mash. The only redeeming feature was the perfectly cooked broccoli.

Only beer for us in this place from now on. At the prices they are charging there is no excuse it could be so much better.

gingerkinter - 27 Apr 2010 22:06
Wasn't taken by the new decor at first but by the time I'd had a couple of pints and mellowed out it grew on me.
Haven't tried the new menu yet but will soon. Glad to see the pub open again as it always was a favourite meeting place for my friends. Ales were in good nick.
So far so good.
IgorA - 26 Apr 2010 18:00

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