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Kendricks Bar, Maida Hill - pub details

Previously called: Frankfort Arms

Kendricks Bar
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Address: 518 Harrow Road, London, W9 3QA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5906) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Westbourne Park (0.3 miles), Ladbroke Grove (0.7 miles), Queens Park (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Queens Park - London (0.7 miles), Kilburn High Road (1 mile), Kensal Rise (1.1 miles)

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user reviews of Kendricks Bar, Maida Hill

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Took a break from going hear because much as I like the place I couldn't handle the Kareoke. Anyway, returned here the other night and enjoyed it. Bands back on - well a bloke singing with a backing machine. These pubs are dying in London. None of your poncified gastro broadsheet overpriced grub here. A real locals pub with a friendly atmosphere. You'll see all sorts here and what a welcome change that is. It won't be to everyone's taste but in my book this is what a pub should be.
Lyncroft - 3 Sep 2006 19:14
As a person who has lived in the harrow road for years,i have been coming to kendricks(frankfort arms) since the age of 13 with my dad.Im now 32 & still enjoy coming to this place.The people you meet from all walks of life are friendly & some are headcases,but that makes it even more worthwhile visiting this place.The owners (willy & lisa nolan) are a very nice irish couple whom i happen to know now for quite a few years,they treat you more like family than a customer.The new manager who happens to be called Willy aswell, is the kind of person you can have a good laugh with.He would also go out of his way to help you if he could.His wife Diane & kids Sean & baby Grace are lovely too.The bar staff are great,the entertainments good ( FOOTBALL,RACING,BOXING,IRISH GAMES,POOL,SNACKS,LIFE MUSIC(including MARCIA SANTANA ).Overall i would say this place is one of the very few last remaining traditional pubs you are likely too experiance.

s.mckenna - 20 Mar 2005 12:05
Having walked out of the Union in disgust, took a walk along the Harrow Rd. It's a depressing road and a while since I've been down here. Walked into Kendricks and it couldn't have been more different to the Union. There was a girl singing who had a great voice and its years since I've been in such an ethnically mixed pub. You name it, they were they. A real local, pretty run down but not threatening in any way at all. It was like going back 30 odd years. Blimey, you could even have a conversation AND listen to the music.
Lyncroft - 6 Dec 2004 18:54
nice local pub - with a great mix of Irish & West Indian clientele. Friendly & efficient bar staff, big screen showing footy, etc (as long as there's nothing on Setanta!)
Giles - 11 Dec 2003 12:17

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