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The Orange Tree, Winchmore Hill - pub details

Orange Tree
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Address: 18 Highfield Road, London, N21 3HA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8056) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchmore Hill (0.4 miles), Grange Park (1 mile), Palmers Green (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 7.9/10 (rated by 19 users)
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First visit in over 30 years! Was pleasantly surprised by this very friendly back street local. Beer was in excellent condition (Jennings Red Breast) and was reliably informed that the food is very goodtoo.
Aztecgoat - 1 Jan 2017 12:05
I preferred the Orange Tree to the nearby Dog & Duck. The interior felt a little chintzy, but was not too over the top. A few people were in for an early lunch. Others were arriving to watch live football. Athletics was on another TV. Ales were Redemption Urban Dusk, Greene King IPA & their own Orange Tree Landlord's Choice. I went for the Urban Dusk, which was ok without being brilliant. It advertises a secret garden outside.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 13:53
2nd tick of the day and 1 of 2 in Winchmore Hill.

Friendly community Greene King pub just off the main road from Palmers Green to Winchmore Hill.

This award winning pub has been in 20 consecutive GBG's. A warm welcome when I entered from the landlord, this immediately puts you at ease and makes you feel valued as a punter.

4 ales, Old Speckled Hen, GK IPA, GK Orange Tree Landlords Choice and my choice which was Batemans Miss Lapland - 4.1%. A very nice pint priced at £3.90.

2 roaring fires one on each side of the bar, pool table and dart board in the back near the toilets. Fully carpeted throughout. The walls are decorated with plates and brass ornaments. Selection of toby jugs behind the bar and pump clips on the bar supports at the front.

Very nice traditional pub that is probably very good in the evening as on my visit I was the only punter.
lezford - 29 Dec 2014 16:19
Can't disagree with Ganns last comment on the beers. Four well kept ales and even if OSH and IPA are there for the locals the other two were interesting for the rest..
Good back street boozer with traditional old school charm as referred to below
jimshoppenus - 7 Jun 2013 11:37
Since my last review over three years ago this has now become my most frequented local, primarily because the Orange tree now offers a true rotating guest ale policy.
As well as the house ales (GK IPA and OSH), kept because a lot of the locals drink them, John the Guvnor keeps two rotating guest ales, which due to the throughput change regularily (as now seen by the building pub clip collection on the wooden bar supports), and are always well kept.
So much so that I have now forgiven him for being a Gooner.
Gann - 15 Jul 2012 12:45

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