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Address: 553 Kingsbury Road, London, London, NW9 9EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7620) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kingsbury (0.1 miles), Queensbury (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations South Kenton (1.6 miles), Kenton (1.7 miles), Hendon (2 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Paid my first visit to this branch of Wetherspoons yesterday morning for a breakfast and a pint. As others have said, this is one of the more traditional 'spoons and presumably one of the older ones. Service was efficient and friendly. Not all ales clipped were on. Those that appeared to be on were Sambrook's Battersea Rise, Sharps Doom Bar, Greene King Abbot & IPA, Dartmoor Jail Ale & Caledonian First Dawn. The cider was Old Rosie. Plastic glasses were in use as there was a game at Wembley. Easily the best pub in the area.
blue_scrumpy - 22 May 2017 19:54
Standard older member of the London Spoons stock and a solid pre-Wembley boozer, being only one stop up an often surprisingly efficient Jubilee line on matchday (yes, more efficient than the Met line). In the Good Beer Guide this year for the first time in over 20 years.

I was here between about 90 and 60 minutes before kick-off and although plastic glasses were in use and there were a fair few other football fans, anyone that's experienced the Torch will find this a dream.
R3NW5 - 24 Feb 2017 14:52
First visit to this 'spoons while in the area for a bank holiday football match at nearby Silver Jubilee Park.

A few of my pals were already here when I arrived around 12.30pm and they made most of the numbers up, maybe as it was carnival time this effected the normal clientele as ‘spoon’s are never normally this empty let alone on bank holiday’s.

10 hand pumps with a decent & varied selection of ales, I went through pints of the following Cronx Kotchin @ 3.9% (not a great pint and possibly going bad), Cerveceria Fort Barcelona Barcelona Session Ale @ 5.0% (very good) and Hop Stuff ‘s APA (Arsenal Pale Ale) @ 3.8% which was the best pint of the 3.

2 barman on and they struggled to cope even if wasn’t overly busy, one of the chaps was considerably slower than the other so this wound a few people up.
Older style ‘spoons, but it’s well kept and also has a nice garden to the rear, even though I didn’t venture out there.

Will probably only ever return if I’m there for a football game or visiting Wembley as it’s only 1 stop away on the Jubilee line.
lezford - 9 Oct 2016 19:13
Well. Beer festival. And good it was. Normally I steer clear of pubs with high chairs stacked in the corner. However, short-fat dick persuaded me to go in (that's nor his real name. its his biomass). I had my fill of some 30 different ales over a 10=day period, all in tip top condition at 1.99 a pint. And, before you ask, no... I don't work there.

This is a pub for the lost and the lonely. Old men dreaming of the days when they where strong and handsome; old men dreaming of the beautiful women they used to shag. Ah me. AND, while we were lost in reminisce, while we were focused on the"jolly good value", the bastards put up the price up of everything else by 10p... I mean EVERYTHING else, while we were so distracted, bubbling on about the "cheap" beer, every other drink went up by 10p! See where they're coming from, eh?

Mind you, I know of no other pub in the land that shows Russia Today on a big screen. And it is as multi-cultural as befits NW London.

More power to their elbow.
AbieVee - 8 Nov 2012 17:11
I have now moved to Kingsbury and this is my local. Ideal for me working shifts as it opens until midnight.

Took my Dad in several times when he stayed nearby and he liked it, which is good enough for me.

Good staff, good ale and the food always up to scratch. Better than many Spoons and a good vibrant mix of customers.

Getting thirsty just typing!
willesden_seadog - 15 Sep 2011 21:07

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