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Address: 107 Chase Side, Southgate, London, N14 5HD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15229) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Southgate (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations New Southgate (1.5 miles), Winchmore Hill (1.5 miles), Palmers Green (1.6 miles)

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This pub will be closing soon to become yet another restaurant just what southgate needs I think not. I cant see that lasting long either there's just too many places around here for gut stuffers to feed there guts cant see enough customers to support another one that's the reason this ones closing. This pub will be no great loss as its never been that good in recent years since it went all foodie and ended up like a restaurant anyway and with no real ale or atmosphere it was on a looser from the start.
Alesonly - 25 Feb 2013 11:50
too expensive. lack of any atmosphere due to lack of people i guess. not place you can go to relax after work. better off in spoons
awdr - 22 Dec 2010 19:39
I went in this Pub last Sunday night the first thing I noticed was Its Painted A Horrible Pink colour on the outside. I only had a Quick Pint as I found the place very lacking in any welcome Or atmosphere and there was no Ale on as all as the Ale pump clips were turned round. The Barman seemed more interested in watching the Football on the TV rather than serving any waiting customers not a good sign. I found the Place was not that busy even though there was football on.
After a quick Pint I left and went over the Spoons instead as the Ale Festival is on.
I Don't think I would go back in here next time I'm passing as theres much better Pubs in the area.

Alesonly - 3 Nov 2010 20:52
I went to the pub for the first time in ages last night as I saw it had been refurbished. What a pleasant surprise and at last just what was needed in Southgate. A decent pub for normal people who do not want to be surrounded by kids and chavs. A comfortable, relaxing pub that serves Tim Taylors landlord with excellent Thai Food. Well Done!
wolfie - 1 Apr 2009 09:52
This pub was taken over about 8 months ago, there is no jazz anymore - sadly, but they do serve thai food. The place has been recently refurbished, inside & out, & is now very..., it's ok but perhaps a little bit too pink!

It's also somewhat emptier than it used to be but this may have something to do with the exhorbitant price of a pint of ale! I'm not asking for Wetherspoon prices, I don't mind paying a little more for a pleasanter environment, but at that price I'll be taking myself elsewhere. Fortunately there are plenty of alternative pubs in the area for a cheaper pint in less pink surroundings!
Petal - 24 Mar 2009 12:51

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