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The Garden Gate, Hampstead Heath - pub details

Garden Gate
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Address: 14, South End Rd, London, NW3 2QE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3262) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Belsize Park (0.3 miles), Hamsptead (0.6 miles), Gospel Oak (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Hampstead Heath (0.1 miles), Gospel Oak (0.7 miles), Finchley Road & Frognal (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.3/10 (rated by 57 users)
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user reviews of the Garden Gate, Hampstead Heath

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A Yuppy Bar. How do I know this? It sells so-called "craft beers" with completely unknown names, and heaven knows what they are like until after you have bought one of them. All or most of them are probably yuk, as they sell them with fancy pretty labels and names attached to the pumps. The one I bought was yuk!

Everything about this pub is overpriced to suit the Yuppy market it wants to serve.

£2.50p for plain salted peanuts in tiny ceramic pot. BAH!

No visible price list for the beers sold here. No receipt given to customer after purchase. This pub has lost my goodwill and 4 points for its attitude to serving customers and for the general lack of commercial information.
mycetes - 9 Oct 2015 17:12
Men's toilets are usually stinking but yesterday they smelt like Dennis Nilson's blocked sewer pipes. The smell permeated the pub....vile.
TS77 - 5 Oct 2015 09:57
Popular pub with a mixed clientele including the odd hipster or two. Garden/yard out front and back were very popular on a warm evening. Fair range of beers including Doom Bar, Purity Mad Goose etc. Tried the Doom Bar with a burger (for a £10) and both went down well - the DB was very well kept. Service was good as pub is staffed up to deal with demand. Would recommend.
mikey64 - 15 Apr 2015 21:52
Let's be honest its not a great name for a pub. But apart from that no problems. Handy being so close to the local station, so this was my meet up point on Saturday evening. Not too crowded just after 6pm, beer selection very good, samples freely offered, and the service was great.
Large interior with plenty of seats, sofas and tables, and then a covered terrace (heaters later on) and a good sized patio area, with trees. All very neat and tidy. Back later on to eat, very busy but service still great. It was a young professional crowd as the PR people would say, but being an old beer drinker it was still fine. Safe for women, but a shame about the carpeting. Food, and it was proper food, not the micro-wave stuff, was excellent and priced well. Beer again was good, coming from Channel Is, Yorkshire and London. Will use when in hampstead again.
WeazelTimes - 28 Apr 2014 12:00
Pub gets a prize for having a fully priced comprehensive and readable drinks list on the bar (+2 points). A bit too popular and crowded. Still pay it a visit if you don`t mind the squeeze. Needs to upgrade its toilet accommodation accommodationfor the numbers using this pub (-1 point).
mycetes - 5 Jun 2013 07:51

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