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About The Horseshoe
The birthplace of Camden Town brewery. Think all of our great beers plus modern, seasonal pub food, a cracking wine list, high chairs for the small people in your life and even dog bowls for the furry ones.
London, NW3 6TE
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 12:00 - 15:30 and 18:00 - 22:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 16:00 and 18:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 16:30 and 18:00 - 21:30
£25 and under
020 7431 7206
1 minute walk from Hampstead Underground Station
Bar Dining, Beer, Weekend Brunch, Wine
The Horseshoe Ratings and Reviews
We had driven from Manchester to meet our son who lives in Hampstead for supper. We had booked a table and this was ready for us on arrival . Milo attended to us and when my husband asked him to choose a beer from the very large list of available beers Milo chose a good one ! We thought the dinner menu was very imaginative - we shared two starters : smoked trout and lambs sweetbreads and then had three mains : jerk pork and two roasted peach and red rocket salads . We had a bottle of house red wine. Everything was excellent and Milo looked after very well.
Really enjoyed the Horseshoe, I booked for my parents and I. We had the Sunday roasts, all three of us were extremely happy with what we received.
One slight issue, the service. I was kept waiting for 5 mins to get my booked table; I even had to ask to be seen to. Other than the service it was perfect for the occasion.
The Horseshoe has a good buzz, the staff are very friendly; the Sunday Lunch food is generally excellent with each element on the plate well prepared and nicely cooked. But on this occasion unfortunately, the gravy that covered everything was watery and somewhat tasteless which in turn rather spoiled the food; which was a pity! The amount of beef (very tender, and nicely medium rare) could have been a little more generous...
I come here every year for last 5 years.
It's incredible value for money. Food quality never disappointed me. Never can grasp service. But food always compensated that. Locations is great and dinning and bar is separate. I like both. Though for more privacy dinning table is much better.
Came here with 4 friends for a late Sunday roast... the food and service was good but the atmosphere with loud music at 4pm on a Sunday was not appropriate. The décor and furniture is 'cool' but not comfortable. So the experience disappointed not the food. £90 for roast for 4 with just soft drinks - just ok.
While the food that we ate was tasty, we were disappointed with the fact that when we arrived for lunch at 1pm, we were told that they were already out of the sharing roast chicken - the centrepiece of the menu. Surely on a bank holiday weekend you make sure that you have enough roasts for anyone who has booked for lunch?! After ordering a second-choice dish, we were told 5mins later that this item was unavailable too. This meant that there were only 4 main course options, only one of which was meat. Service was fine but I had the impression that the staff were rushed off their feet. The ambience however was not great - we seemed to be shoved in a corner surrounded by families with small children. This wouldn't normally be an issue at all, but it meant that we had to shout to hear each other as there were kids running all over the place, and the relaxing catch up that we had planned turned into a somewhat hectic experience. Not sure that I'd book again unfortunately.
The vegetarian main was poor and fried beyond belief. All I could taste was the burned food. I also noted on my booking this was for a special birthday and told the host again as I came in which he acknowledged. Unfortunately the server didn't follow through with a candle. Was quite disappointing really.
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