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Address: 88 Green Lanes, Palmers Green, London, N13 5UT [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36910) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 3.4/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of Polski Bar Sportowa, Palmers Green

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Another old London boozer now a shop.
Shame on those responsible
tottenhamsean - 14 Oct 2012 09:51
Recently past this pub and it was all boarded up.
went past today and it is now a big food shop/ wholesalers.
333rocky333 - 19 Jan 2010 21:14
This is a very large pub on a busy junction of the A406 North Circular. I counted seven pool tables that had been moved and covered to create a dance floor. There were also two other pool tables in use. There was a cover charge of �3 on the Friday night I went for the disco and the pub showed no signs of closing when I left at 00:30. The pub name obviously gives away the fact that the vast majority of patrons are Polish and they seemed to be enjoying themselves dancing to hard house and Polish music that sounded like a throw back to the 80�s. This is a sports bar so there are plasma screens dotted around the pub and there is also a test your strength boxing machine that seemed popular with the hod carriers.

After fighting my way through the pungent mist that was created by the overactive fog machine I managed to get to the bar where I was confronted by plenty of standard lager, Zywiec, and John Smiths. There were also bottles of Perla and Lech piled high in boxes behind the bar. The two staff were more interested in serving the locals, but fortunately for me it wasn�t that busy so I didn�t have to wait that long each time I went to the bar.

The pub was overlooked by a few bouncers who I found to be very friendly unlike the flower selling woman who was wandering around the pub all night.

There is plenty of outside seating, but as previously mentioned, this pub is on the North Circular so it isn�t the greatest spot for alfresco drinking.

Ten years ago I would have probably enjoyed going here with my mates, but I�m afraid those days have long since gone. Maybe during the week and the daytime at the weekend it is a little more civilised and a few quiet games of pool can be played whilst watching the football, maybe I will return.
Strongers - 31 Mar 2009 10:28

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