The Greyhound, Enfield Lock - pub details
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|I popped in here a few weeks ago and enjoyed my visit. They had a refurb a year ago and it looks completely different to the pics on here. Much cleaner, beer was good and the staff were friendly. There was a footie match on and there was a great atmosphere among the locals who were very welcoming. Good menu, I got 2 meals for the price of one. I would recommend this pub to anyone!!|
mickyblueyes - 31 May 2011 14:36
|Not sure about the recent refurb, which seems to have made the place a bit more generic, if a bit tidier. They look after their beer here though, and I've always found the service to be good. Prices are reasonable and its usually pretty quiet.|
There's often a mob of regulars in the public bar (with all the games & pool table) but they're harmless. The other side is mostly quiet and a decent place to sit and chill. Not really explored the menu, but it seems to be routine fare and I don't think much effort goes into it. They have Sky and are pretty accomodating in terms of what they'll put on.
I don't suppose anyone would go out of their way to go there, but its a perfectly servicable boozer, and I'm glad its on the island (which has precious little else in terms of community assets)
Hotfoot - 3 Mar 2010 18:41
|A McMullens pub, a bit better than many of the charmless establishments in the area. Traditional two-bar layout, retaining the distinct difference between lounge and public bars that seems increasingly rare these days. At least in had some real ale, although my pint of County wasn't much to write home about.|
rpadam - 20 Mar 2009 20:31
|Popped in for a pint last week but found it had gone downhill a lot in the last couple of years. Staff friendly enough but I thought my pint wasn't really up to scratch. |
BobOs - 12 Aug 2008 23:51
|Called in whilst walking the Lee Valley northwards - it is the first pub we came to having passed the 2 near Lee Bridge Road and the boarded up Rifles.|
Locals pub with pool table and tv in one room along with most of locals. From the lack of celebrations Tottenham must have lost. The other room is larger but of the few tables occupied there seemed a high proportion of heavy smokers around.
Beer was fine though - McMullens County (stronger than the nondescript AK) was about £2.10 a pint
lout_from_the_lane - 13 Nov 2006 16:02
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