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The Lord Palmerston, Dartmouth Park - pub details

Lord Palmerston
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Address: 33, Dartmouth Park Hill, London, NW5 1HU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4968) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tuffnell Park (0.3 miles), Archway (0.5 miles), Gospel Oak (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Gospel Oak (0.6 miles), Upper Holloway (0.6 miles), Kentish Town (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 52 users)
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Boston Arms, Tufnell Park (0.1 miles), Garage, Islington (0.2 miles), Oak and Pastor, Archway (0.3 miles), Drum and Monkey, Archway (0.3 miles), Star, Highgate (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Despite much experience this is a non-handlers university
tufnellparka - 19 Sep 2013 22:35
Good to be back in this place again. Much brightened up. Had a great pint of Sambrooks & a fish cake for lunch.

Both simply delicious. nice to see the basics done right.
Bazzerboozer - 30 Aug 2013 17:54
I was saddened by my visit to the Lord P. It has always had airs and graces but I feel this is getting just a little tired now. I found the staff to be a difficult to engage with, aloof might describe them well, it feels like there is culture to which they all subscribe, except Ms Bluehair who was wonderfully kind and charming, do they not enjoy working there? A smile wouldn't hurt - obviously a fish rots from the head down. too cool for school, lost its charm. Shame really considering the amount we spent on food and drink bringing our party there.
adamjsmith - 11 May 2013 09:44
Surprised by some of the reviews below, although most are pretty out of date. I've always found landlord Steve and his staff here very friendly and helpful and the beer selection impressive and well kept. It is a little bit gastro I guess (although far less so than many others in this area) which isn't really my thing either but it's easy to avoid that if you just want a pint or 2 by staying in the main front bar and avoiding the (separate) dining room. Very dog friendly too (just down the road from the heath) plus the music's some of the best you'll hear in any London pub, always a top notch selection - I heard everything from Bob Dylan to Northern soul via Studio 1 and Herman Dune on my last visit. Top notch beer and fine tunes in a smart but not too un-pub-like local.
42yearsyoung - 11 Oct 2011 22:23
This place is really bad - would avoid it. Having order our roast beef Sunday lunches, 45 minutes later we were told that it was 10 minutes to go until the Yorkshire puddings would be ready. We thought that meant 10 minutes until the food, which would have been fine, but apparently it meant "we'll bring you your meals without all the advertised components". The food itself was under-par - stringy beef, over-cooked cabbage, undercooked cabbage, average potatoes. No Yorkshires - apparently, the chef burnt the second lot. They might have just about got away with all this, but I hate being lied to, which is what the staff did. No apology, a begrudging free bottle of wine (apparently, I didn't check), and no sense of customer service at all. I have grown up in North London - this is a place I would never go back to. They get a two because they have a nice location.
nhirjee - 9 Oct 2011 18:35

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