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Address: The Ridgeway, Mill Hill Village, London, NW7 1RL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3566) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Mill Hill East (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Mill Hill Broadway (1.4 miles), Hendon (2.8 miles), Oakleigh Park (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 29 users)
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Made the mistake of dropping by for a swift pint on a nice day. Apart from being populated with bling laden T.O.W.I.E. wannabes the Butcombe Bitter was disgusting and undrinkable. Would say that NW7 just isn't pub territory I suppose - in fact probably most of the NW suburbs. Decent pubs are VERY thin on the ground and decent ale even rarer.
Snarling_Mallard - 26 Apr 2015 13:34
Seems to be thriving after the refurb a year or two ago, though it's more restaurant than pub now. It is overpriced as mentioned above, but it's a very well-to-do area, and the locals seem to be able to afford it. They do need some better bar staff. Some of the ones they have seem more interested in chatting among themselves than serving the punters.
GaryB007 - 28 Dec 2014 23:13
This is now a fine pub and restaurant. I agree that it's overpriced and has lost its appeal to the flat cap brigade, but all previous attempts to run this ancient establishment have met with failure and I feel that we should be grateful that it's still there at all. The wine is brilliant and the coffee is excellent too. I don't know about the beer - I'll leave that to the experts. The smartly dressed staff are always very obliging and there is a very nice relaxing feel to the whole place. They keep me informed of forthcoming events and offers by e-mail, which is more than any other pub has ever done for me. I wish the management every success with it.
majorbonkers - 17 Dec 2014 00:24
Since the sad decline of the Three Hammers this place has become my local. Decent range of hand pump beers and I like the fact they serve the beer in dimpled mugs.
The staff are generally friendly and will at least acknowledge your presence while you are waiting to be served. The emphasis here is on food as it is pretty much a gastropub however there is also a decent range of snacks for sale. The garden is a decent size too.
Mike_NW7 - 12 May 2014 22:51
prehaps everyone just avoids being in the same place as you and hearing your constant moaning.try supporting your locals during these hard times.
topboy - 1 Feb 2013 18:03

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