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Address: 258 Mulwell Hill Broadway, Muswell Hill, London, N10 3SH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45001) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Alexandra Palace (1.2 miles), Bowes Park (1.5 miles), Hornsey (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of the Mossy Well, Muswell Hill

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Back to the present and I started off a visit to North and Central London with a breakfast and a pint. It's a Wetherspoon's pub bang in the centre of Muswell Hill. The exterior is inviting and the interior is fairly spotless and spread over a couple of floors. A nicer drinking environment than most of the chain. The regular ales are Greene King IPA & Abbot, Sharp's Doom Bar & Fuller's London Pride. Guests as part of Wetherspoon's London beer festival being held this week - Kelham Island Pale Rider, Portobello Central Line Red, Exmoor Beast, Wolf Granny Wouldn't Like It, Signature Brew Session, Cronx Yallah Mild & Windsor and Eton Guardsman & Lumberjack. The real cider was Old Rosie. Locals were commenting that it was busier than normal and there were a fair few in.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Feb 2018 18:48
Very Pleasant surprise for a Wetherspoons pub.
Nice and spacious, looks always spotless.
I have used this pub around four times now, and always the Ales are in perfect Nick, itself an eye-opener for much of North London's Wetherspoons.
This pub does seem to have much more up-market clients than other local Wetherspoons, but none of the local snobbishness.
Food is perfect, and you can see it being cooked.
All in all a pleasant change for a Chain Pub.
CaskBill - 10 Aug 2016 20:59
Nice spacious two-level refurb with covered patio at the rear, good selection of ales (that's me happy), food looked basic but all cheap as chips. The curtain-twitchers and muesli-munchers in N10 will be deterred by Wetherspoons clientele but no loss there - they can all carry on ruining The Clissold Arms! If you don't like Wetherspoons, there's nothing here that will change your mind but I happily put up with all their flaws for the great range of pwopa ale at rock-bottom prices. The Red Rye ale was a treat! A work in progress. I think it will be a runaway (to the point, perhaps, of even being a victim of its own) success
Wiccaman777 - 28 Oct 2015 18:46

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