The Cock and Dragon, Cockfosters - pub details
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Cockfosters (0.3 miles)
- Food served
- Outside seating
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|Very busy last night (Saturday) with all tables taken by 8.30. The majority of the clientele were tucking into some fairly tasty looking Thai food. So perhaps more of a restaurant than a pub. However, there were three real ales available - Greene King IPA, Wainwright from Thwaites, and one other. I had the Wainwrights which was OK but a bit warm. There are very few alternatives to the Cock & Dragon locally, so I supose we should be grateful that there is a pub in Cockfosters selling real ale.|
Number11 - 9 Mar 2014 17:45
|More of an eating pub than a drinking pub, especially at the back which is very restaurant-like. Having said that it's interestingly decked out and a nice place for a pint. The Thai food theme seems to have extended to some of the fixtures and fittings. They had GK and Doom Bar on but also a fantastic guest beer which I forget the name of now....|
dyyony - 13 May 2013 13:57
|We went there because the Thai bar food is excellent and tasty and reasonably priced. The drinks are defintiely another matter. A pint of Ale and a large glass of white wine - 20p change from a tenner ! Queried it at the bar and they said the wine was £6 something for a glass. Oh come on................extortionate !! |
chrissyg - 13 May 2011 11:43
|I go in here occasionally for a few Pints after work if I'm working in the cockfosters area as this is now One of the best Pubs around the Oakwood & Cockfosters area. I find it Has that nice old fashion country Pub feel to it. As you go in the front door the left hand side is more the Food side but the Right hand side is more traditional Old Pub style. Although it sells good food It has not been turned into one of those horrible Gastro type Pubs and keeping it slightly separate means it is still a traditional Pub where you can go just for a few pints of excellent Quality Real Ales on tap. Which just Proves If Its done Properly a Pub can still sell food and not be ruined. I would say its well worth a visit during the weekday early evenings.|
Alesonly - 29 Jan 2011 23:44
|An established Thai/Pub. Food is good value for money and the service means its a good location for a quick business lunch.|
Real ale choices can be variable, sometimes its poor usually leading with a Greene King beer and not much else, other times it can be quite exceptional with Woodforde's Wherry available on draft.
The question though with many of these types of establishments is would you go there for a beer in the evening?
Max1905 - 29 Dec 2010 11:23
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