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Address: 67, Russell Lane, London, N20 0BB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7995) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oakleigh Park (0.9 miles), New Southgate (1.3 miles), New Barnet (1.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 12 users)
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When you see Pub & Dining on the outside of the place one should instantly know that you are NOT about to enter a pub. A place where drinkers are ignored... to the extent that I couldn't be arsed waiting any longer and left for better pastures.
anonymous - 12 Dec 2010 01:56
London Pride was the only Real Ales I see on tap when I went in here. It seemed to lack that real Pub feel It used too have many years ago & The staff seem very Offish. Long gone are the dart board Pool Table and TVs and the Two bars. Now its just one large soulless room Seems too much food orientated for me and it makes it feel like your drinking in a licenced restaurant or hotel bar. I had one Pint and left as it was full of Kids running around screeching making it feel like a Play School.
I went down too the The Osidge Arms instead and found it much more welcoming Pub
half_tuppence - 11 Oct 2010 01:35
This is a family orientated gastro pub with very friendly staff and a nice beer garden.

Pride, Summer Lightening and Adnams were all available alongside standard and premium lagers. Unfortunately my Pride was on the turn, but the Adnams was very nice.

I wouldn’t return here just for a beer, but I’m sure that I’ll take the family up for a meal at some point in the future.
Strongers - 29 Aug 2009 01:02
Lovely pub, we went with another family on a Sunday, and spent the afternoon in their lovely garden. The food was excellent, gastro-pub style (French chef) & reasonable (there was a childrens menu too), helpful, friendly staff (no request was too small) who even brought out a selection of garden games for us. We will definitely be returning soon, as we had a relaxing afternoon that we all enjoyed, while the children entertained themselves brilliantly. As it was sunny we only ventured inside for the loo, but it looked very nice and stylish in there too…..
helensw11 - 28 May 2009 18:44

Had a good sandwich and desert. Couple who own it are good. Had a shit sunday roast on, erm, sunday. Well disapointed with that. wanted it to be good. shit. May as well have boiled it in a bag.
chucknorris - 18 Mar 2009 05:12

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