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Address: 22 Chalcot Road, London, NW1 8LL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4435) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Chalk Farm (0.3 miles), Camden Town (0.5 miles), Kentish Town West (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Kentish Town West (0.6 miles), Camden Road (0.7 miles), Kentish Town (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 66 users)
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I visited with five others on a Wednesday evening in July 2015. I ordered a bottle of ginger beer. It was a small bottle and relatively expensive. For some reason when I compared the amount in the glass with that of my companion it was significantly less (ice was not a factor). I returned to the bar, received no apology simply a replacement. The member of staff then poured the contents of the deficient glass away. Under the circumstances better to offer it to the customer I'd have thought. All of us were separately of the opinion that the staff were disinterested to the point of being ill-mannered. The space was cramped and the music so loud it was difficult to have a conversation. For me there were no redeeming features of this establishment - none of us will be returnng.
GingerBeer2 - 14 Aug 2015 11:49
Once was my local but visited for the first time in several years and am gutted.
Refurbished as a gastropub they have sucked all character and life out of it with the dredging of all the homely and comfortable fittings : now we have pompous yet thick bar staff, over priced but average food etc etc. What do i expect it is Primrose Hill after all, but i would have loved to have sat reading a paper in the pub it once was, the old jazz guys with a great tasty pie and homemade chips of a few years ago. How times have changed for the worse, avoid this place like the plague now or stick to all bar one or some dreary identikit establishment.
darloexile - 10 Jun 2014 13:14
Really lovely pub serving delicious food and with a great selection of craft beers and cocktails! Went for a meal last night and had such a great time. Staff all lovely too. Looking forward to going on a Sunday to try the roast!
Melissa89 - 15 Oct 2013 17:11
ameliegells: you fool no-one and are clearly a member of the management. I claim my £10!

Planner_21 - 18 Jan 2013 13:37
Celebrated with 6 people a 75th birthday party here last Friday and was very surprised how quiet it was,but had a good time.
The only problem is there doesnt seem to be any staff leadership as the service was haphazard at best.
After spending 5 hours drinking and eating and spending a lot of money,we were hustled out (The barman even put the screwtop back on the bottle) at 11.20 .We were about to go anyway but found all this unnessasary. All the staff Knew the Birthday boy so was also surprised that the pub did not offer him a birthday drink,which would have been a nice touch.
Meltje - 18 Jan 2013 11:50

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