The Assembly House, Kentish Town - pub details
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Bull and Gate, Kentish Town (0.1 miles), Oxford, Kentish Town (0.1 miles), Gloucester Arms, Kentish Town (0.1 miles), O'Reilly's, Kentish Town (0.2 miles), Pineapple, Kentish Town (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Its ok, sells budweiser budvar, which is a plus. Handy for the forum, the train and the bus. Good place to wait for any/either of these.|
mont62y - 28 Feb 2014 16:14
|Recent visit to get out of the rain and it was a million times better than the last visit. It was packed out and couldn't get served, only 2 people behind the bar but the beer looked good (More than it did on last visit), left and went to the Pineapple where it was also wedged. However the Pineapple had 5 people behind the smaller bar and service was instant! |
Bernie5 - 30 Dec 2013 13:16
|Was in here last Thursday waiting for a mate.Had a pinbt of the Hackney best bitter.Superd drop of Ale.|
So nice i necked it abnd ordered another/.
Went back this wednesday and it was gone...Shame.The Ale i had wasn't bad, but not a patch on thye Hackney best.
Not a bad boozer, very foody,but still a pub.
tottenhamsean - 18 Oct 2013 14:25
|I was in this pub last weekend and was very surprised to see St Mungo Lager, I've only ever seen it served in the Glasgow area before, recommended if you like German style beer. Good range of real ales too and friendly bar staff, right next to Kentish Town underground station, worth a visit.|
Scotsaledrinker - 8 Jun 2013 17:20
|Very disappointing experience. A new menu starting this week has been advertised for some time. Avoided expensive nearby pubs and decided to try the Sunday roast today. Had always enjoyed it before, £8.85 and a choice of (usually) turkey or beef. Today the choice was beef, pork or lamb (all red meat) at £12.50 or £13.50. I was therefore expecting something much improved for the hike in price. The pork was covered in huge layer of fat, not crisp at all. The advertised stuffing was missing. I like crisp vegetables but I couldn't get my knife through the broccoli. The (tinned/) beans were hard and stringy. My companion's gravy boat looked a s if it had someone had helped themselves to the contents on the way. The wine I ordered was unavailable as too was the soft drink for my companion. we were asked 4 times by 4 members of staff if everything was OK but after complaining about the drinks, gravy and lack of stuffing I was getting very irritated. So that will unfortunately be my last visit to this pub. Makes the others seem like good value now!|
Jojo57 - 19 May 2013 23:23
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