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Address: 137, Marsh Lane, Highwood Hill, London, NW7 4EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3414) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mill Hill Broadway (1 mile), Elstree & Borehamwood (2.6 miles), Oakleigh Park (3.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 42 users)
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Funny - when I said that some time back all the 'regulars' said I was 'mistaken'. Wonder where they drink now ?
anonymous - 20 Dec 2012 23:22
Its no longer really a pub, its a restaurant with a tiny bar. Snobby landlord, over priced pretentious food. Over priced beer
mont62y - 21 Nov 2012 15:33
At last got myself up to try out this wonderful pub fine real ales, and wonderful food.Great friendly family run pub restaurant atmosphere. Landlord is tall skinny German, landlady is Greek they have two adopted sons one from Madagascar the other from Bermuda neither can speak English but that's not a problem.I just wish I did not have 6 cans of tennants before I arrived I could have remembered more about my visit. Still next week I am going to try the Adam&Eve just down the road, I have been told its run by a team of midgets on stilts who sleep in the loft at night will post that review next week after I have done my community service
the_spurt - 28 Mar 2011 20:43
Drinkers seem to be pretty thin on the ground here these days even in the small area allocated to them - especially in the evenings. A sign of the economic situation or just that the area isn't one for a pub type bar ? The beer quality (Doom Bar in the last couple of instances) isn't quite what it was either, though still far better than any alternatives locally. I suppose one can't blame them as there isn't the return in a standard pub bar these days. Wonder where the old 'late' drinkers go these days then ?
anonymous - 27 Feb 2011 16:38
Well can't go wrong in this place. Sure its geared towards eating but still friendly enough to have a decent pint of ale. Staff can't do enough for you. Youngs was fine. Not cheap. Very good atmosphere worth paying the extra for in an area totally devoid of any other decent pubs.
stemginger - 30 Jun 2010 11:12

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