The Ferryboat Inn, Tottenham Hale - pub details
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- Food served, Sunday roast
- Outside seating
other pubs nearby:
White Hart, Tottenham Hale (0.5 miles), Prince Arthur, Tottenham Hale (0.5 miles), Volunteer, Tottenham (0.6 miles), Tryst, Walthamstow (0.6 miles), Coppermill Tavern, Walthamstow (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Good pub for the family and a nice relaxed atmosphere in the evening. Decent food and a reasonable price. Does a range of real ale/craft beer but would be nice if they stocked more local beer. We have two local breweries and many more around London. |
KarlMarx1818 - 8 Oct 2014 21:09
|This place is one of the very few family friendly pubs serving food in this area. Good selections of both beer and cider (they have cider festivals every so often. Unfortunately there ends the good points. Exceedingly slow and disinterested service, noisy kids running around, reheated microwave food of usual chain pub type quality and zero atmosphere. It's such a shame because this could be a great place if only they stopped running it as a cafeteria with a ln incidental booze licence.|
TwoFourTwo - 6 Oct 2014 17:18
|good yesterday. pint of something citrussy which turned out to be very tasty and was only £2.85. |
food- i had a curry which was a cut above the usual pub fare of this type. friend had the southern chicken flatbread, came with very moreish sweet potato chips, large, tasty and reasonably priced.
i used to come year every week years ago when i was dating a local and i liked it then. seems like it's still pretty good.
benscaro - 16 Jun 2013 09:22
|Visited the Ferry Boat Inn recently, the current manager has been there since the Autumn and she has turned the place around. The staff are now polite and welcoming, the food is great. There is a great atmosphere. Definitely recommend a visit.|
Topsy159s - 26 Apr 2013 16:25
|Looking for something to eat late evening and this pub was suggested.|
They could certainly make more of there riverside location.
Service, unlike previous comments, I found to be helpful and polite.
Decent pint of Black Sheep bitter which when ran out I switched to Bath Spa (not as good as the Black Sheep).
Food was Ok and value for money.
I agree the decor was a little drab and the tables needed a good wipe down (sticky from previous occupants dinner) but on the whole nowhere near as bad as the comments below suggest.
BarStallBert - 30 Sep 2012 11:48
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