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The White Horse, Enfield - pub details

Address: 116 Green Street, Enfield, Middlesex, EN3 7JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27676) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brimsdown (0.5 miles), Southbury (0.8 miles), Ponders End (1.1 miles)

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Sadly despite the notices placed round the pub stating that it would be staying open despite the building being sold it now seems to have shut down.
There is a note in the window staing that the pub would be closed for the evening of 1st April due to a gas leak, but as of a few days ago that notice is still in place and all the pub furniture has been removed, so it seems highly unlikely that this fine pub is much longer for this world.
Mr.Monkfish - 26 Apr 2007 16:58
What a pleasant surprise this turned out to be. Have drunk in here on and off(more off in fairness) for a good many years but noticed recently that it'd had a bit of a refurb and a change of hands, so went in to investigate and whilst in many ways it was still recognisable as the slightly run-down but friendly boozer I knew and liked, in other ways it was almost another pub entirely.
A very clean modern ,without being imposing, decor and many comfortable seats have been added as have two large flat-screen TVs and another mini screen actually built in to one of the tables in a booth in the corner. The number of pool tables has been reduced from three to one and the raised conservatory at the rear of the pub which once served as the pool area is now a sizeable non-smoking area.
They now do food as well with an extensive menu of fairly predictable but cheap and plentiful dishes such as burgers, scampi and the usual suspects. Best of all though they now have a curry night and a Sunday roast, which isn't bad for a place that a few moths ago didn't even do food.
It seems from the bottom of the menus that this place is now run by Greene King and as such IPA is available on draft and it's a lovely drop especially at a very reasonable 1.85 a pint! Lager drinkers can choose between Carling, Fosters or Stella Artois on draft with other bottles avaialable. Spirits are all present and correct at reasonable prices. They even perhaps uniquely for EN3 have a wine list, however upon closer examination there were only two reds available and they were the not exactly disparate choice of Cabernet Shiraz or a Shiraz Cabernet.
Bar service is quick and welcoming and all in all this is an exeploary effort at making the best of a pub which has perhaps in the past not made the most of it's potential.
Will be here again...probably far too frequently for my own good.
At the present it's not too crowded either, so get in quick as I would imagine that once word of mouth gets around it'll start getting packed as people that like a "nice" pub are not particularly well catered for in this part of town and will swarm to it to escape the alchopops. karaoke and punch-ups prevelant in some of the other pubs near here.
Mr.Monkfish - 16 Jan 2006 14:05

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