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Address: 71-73, Torriano Avenue, London, NW5 2SG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14979) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kentish Town (0.3 miles), Tuffnell Park (0.5 miles), Caledonian Road (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Kentish Town (0.3 miles), Camden Road (0.7 miles), Kentish Town West (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 25 users)
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user reviews of the Torriano, Kentish Town

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Now the Rose and Crown. A worthy representative of this most quickly gentrifying of neighbourhoods. The food borders on the fancy - tacos and nachos with a foodie twist - and the ale selection is bettered by the craft offerings - a pint of peanut butter stout was pretty divine. A good space and not too large.
BoehmBawerk - 25 Mar 2018 17:05
Comedy nights are great. An Irish comedian, Simon, is normally on the bill and can be a right chortle !!
tortoise68 - 28 Jun 2011 12:09
This is a great pub - it's like sitting in a good friend's lounge. Really friendly people.. great crowd. I don't care if it looks tatty around the edges.
JdsNW3 - 4 Jun 2010 12:03
I was quite surprised to see that the reviews for this place were patchy at best. I came here about 4 months ago and was pretty impressed with a lot of things they do pretty differently. The milkshakes is a great idea, I rarely do not drink alcohol when in a pub but I'd like a better choice if I don't want to. Also the crepes were ace and a great pub food, all sorts of flavours and dietary types catered for and really cheap. I didn't think the tattiness (which is only slight anyway) was a tendency to be hip but there again who knows. I guess a lot of people go to gastro pubs these days and whereas it is true that the service and the food and drink in those places is generally excellent I often find that there is no vibe whatsoever and sometimes the whole experience is horribly clinical, the Torriano was a welcome opposite of that. Also great, great tunes being played.
JohnMcC - 24 Dec 2009 21:00
I know this pub has had to fend off an application for redevelopment of its site in the past few years, and appears to have done so successfully (I think). It obviously has a keen local following, but I'm afraid I couldn't see what the fuss was about. It has a small rectangular interior with a central bar. The pub is in very tatty condition: this is, I suspect, intended to look "hip" but I'm afraid I thought just looked scruffy. Ale-wise there were two handpumps, but only one dispensing ale: Pedigree. I had a couple of pints of the lager instead, which was fine. Food-wise a very limited offering consisting largely of sweet and savoury crepes. I had a ham and brie crepe which took ages to arrive and wasn't that great. I'm afraid I found this a lazily run place content to rely on what is no doubt a small but devoted local following.
grecian - 21 Jul 2009 09:50

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