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Address: 271, Fore St, Edmonton, London, N9 0PD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17065) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Edmonton Green (0.4 miles), Silver Street (0.4 miles), Angel Road (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Crown and Anchor, Edmonton (0.2 miles), Hyde Arms, Edmonton (0.2 miles), Three Crowns, Edmonton (0.4 miles), Railway Tavern, Edmonton (0.4 miles), Lamb Inn, Edmonton (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Golden Fleece, Edmonton

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This is a very basic place that needs new management so that some care can be administered to bring it back from the brink. The barmaid was nice enough and my Guinness was fantastic rocking in at £2.50 a pint. All of the elements are there for a good pub, including a dartboard and a pool table, but alas it has just been neglected for too long.

I will walk past next time I'm in this neck of the woods.
Strongers - 18 May 2009 14:55
Awful. The worst pub in Edmonton, it seems. An unfortunate award indeed. Bare, harsh place with an atmosphere you could cut with a knife.
Planner_21 - 6 Jan 2009 04:10
this pub is something like i have never bein in before.this pub is run by a group of grown up thugs.o yes there is a landlord and what have yeah. but this lot sitting on one side of the bar are something else the music is to there taste loud and crap. you walk in and your made feel like there steppin on there toes get out . the pints taste stale ( stick to bottle beers) and if your a woman dont go in on your own
hidihi - 9 Apr 2008 15:12
From the outside, this looked like one of the better pubs in the area but appearances can be deceptive. The O’Connells Ales moniker on the windows had me thinking there might just be something in here worth drinking but, sadly, just the usual old common keg varieties were on offer. The interior is divided into 2 rather bare and uninviting bars, although the enlarged doorway between them is so open that the music from the TV in one bar seemed to be competing with the jukebox in the other to make an unbearable cacophony of sound that eventually drove us out after 1 pint. The general feeling is that it is a very run down with cracked windows including one that had what looked rather alarmingly like a bullet hole through it. The blinds are nasty and the general décor appears cheap, dated and unimaginative with promotional poster randomly placed wherever there is a space. Even the bunting for the upcoming St Patrick’s Day looked rather underwhelming and did nothing to brighten the place up. It is a shame because with a bit of care, attention and imagination, I get the impression that there is potential here. On the plus side, the service was friendly and efficient, the prices fairly cheap and it was not particularly busy even though Spurs were at home that night. Perhaps the Ragged Fleece would be a more apt name.
RogerB - 29 Mar 2007 12:06
Nice building and reasonable atmosphere if a little ramshackle. Beer range isn't great or of particularly high quality but the prices are fairly cheap. Lots of screens for showing football and the background music is unusual and not half bad. Alright for a quick drop in, but not a destination pub. There are worse pubs in the vicinity but a short walk up the road to the Crown & Anchor is a much better bet.
Mr.Monkfish - 26 Dec 2006 20:55

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