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The Plough, Enfield - pub details


Address: 132 Hertford Road, Enfield, Middx, Middlesex, EN3 5AX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31711) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southbury (0.5 miles), Brimsdown (0.8 miles), Ponders End (1.1 miles)

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For once I am actually pleased to report the closure of a pub. This place had the grills put up on its windows about 3 weeks ago now. Whether any of the staff or regulars are still inside and whether they have noticed it's been shut down if they are, is a matter for conjecture.
Mr.Monkfish - 22 Mar 2009 21:31
I have lived in this part of Enfield for 19 years now and it wasn't until this week that I ventured into this pub despite it being a stone's throw from my house.
Once inside I immediately realised why. This is a very tired looking pub that is lost in a time-warp that is a reminder that not everything traditional is good. I love old pubs that have been cared for and have character, however there are good reasons for the sometimes-justly maligned modern chain pubs coming into existence and it's places like this that most clearly demonstrate it. Those of you old enough to remember may recall pubs with a locals only atmosphere, threadbare yet sticky carpet, unclean glasses, lagers and soft drinks stored on shelves rather than fridges, uncomfortable and worn out seating all complete with stand-offish service and inflated prices. Sadly, they were once the widely accepted norm in this country and this place harks back to those dark days. Now days most pubs have woken up to the idea that providing a nice clean and comfortable environment and decent drinks in good nick without fleecing your clientele is not only a good idea for profits but the bare minimum requirements of a pub.
My drinking companion asked me what I thought might improve the place and initially I replied "A bulldozer". This was a tad harsh in retrospect as the building itself is lovely and could easily lend itself to being a decent country-style pub with a bit of rennovation and TLC plus a Landlord with a sense of pride and hospitality. Until then stay clear, you can rest assured that I will.
Oh nearly forgot the beer - The range of beers was far from vast and the beer tolerable rather than enjoyable.
Mr.Monkfish - 7 Nov 2006 18:16

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