The Duke Of Wellington
25 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
An intimate atmosphere is created here with smaller tables and booths offset from the main area beside the round bar. Football is shown out the back on a large projector, and is sure to be busy with 50 or 60 people on any Premier League or Champions League match day. It also has craft beers and delicious food. The Duke of Wellington serves excellent roasts. I’d go for the beef, which is Aberdeen Angus. They roast it for nine hours, so it’s a labour of love. To drink, they have Meantime pale ale and Camden pale ale, which are both brewed in London.
Tips from locals
Bustling Victorian pub with streetside tables, a fortnightly film club and comedy nights.
Bustling Victorian boozer with streetside tables, a fortnighly film club and comedy nights.
Our extremely popular local pub since 1842, lovely decor, always busy, amazing selection of drinks and British cuisine with a twist. Live music and big screen. Try the baked Camembert! Open til late.
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“Conservation area, lovely neighbourhood to walk around on a sunny day and find a nice cafe or pub”
- 2 locals recommend
“Nice, unpretentious local pub with good food and good vibe. Also shows the football and other sports.”
- 77 locals recommend
“this is another great local pub about a 10 minute walk from the flat. the interior is really interesting. make sure you sit in the back of the pub and see the amazing ceiling. the bar staff should have a good understanding of the history of the pub. usual pub food, good quality. make sure you don't mind stuffed animal ornaments though! as you're likely to be sitting under one! ”
- 32 locals recommend
“What we would call a Posh Pub! Great food and wine selection. Cosy fireplace and couches. Locals with families and small children come here. The have both roadside terrace and upstairs terrace which are great when the sun is out”
- 40 locals recommend