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Lansdowne Bar, Burnt Oak

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Burnt oak in Burnt Oak - closed due to fire not sure if it will re-open as a pub
anonymous - 26 Apr 2015 13:39
I've lived in the area for seven years and seen a lot of changes on the pub front in this time. You have to accept that the whole area is not really for real ale drinkers. Even the ones that serve it in Colindale I give a wide birth as they don't sell enough.

By far the best pub on this stretch of the Edgware road by a country mile in my eyes (not that there's much competition). The food is the best in the area and you can have an extremely tasty gut busting meal for around 8 quid. Way better than the crap you get in Wetherspoons.

It has a nice south facing large beer garden, which if you ignore the main road, is a rarity in the area.

It appears to be run by Eastern Europeans which, has turned out to be a god send if you see the degenerates that frequent the local 'Irish' bars. Chilled out and welcoming and, unlike many pubs in the area, you don't have to drink there five days a week to feel welcome.
Squidgy66 - 9 Jul 2013 17:16
"Nul points."

Had no bitter on pump, only in bottles. What kind of pub is that? Walked out.
mycetes - 18 Feb 2013 20:33
Well the lansdowne. Easily the most chilled pub in the wider area. Even when its busy. No agro, a nice place to go.
Beerdrinker2010 - 21 May 2010 18:36
one of the best on the 'strip', but that doesn't say much. bar staff gormless, locals a step up from the other joints....
LOCALBEERMONSTER - 31 Dec 2008 12:42
This is a decent enough pub for watching football in as it has 3 plasma screens, one of which is huge. I watched the first half of the Arsenal v Spurs game in here and they also managed to have the Chelsea game on a little old TV in the corner. Barman was nice enough and there were signs up that there is a minimum £5 spend when live games are on Ė fair enough.

The crowd was good for Burnt Oak, but I donít think I would bother with here if there was no game on.
Strongers - 6 Nov 2008 16:23
What can you say about HQ? Good pub, good people, good beer. And their very own weeman & chesney!! What more do you need.
anonymous - 16 May 2006 13:46
It is cosy family run pub, that offers something for all age groups! Quality, home cooked food served daily, 12 noon to 8pm with chef specials. Friendly service and surroundings, make you feel like your in your own from room!
Emma - 13 Jan 2005 13:38

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