Posts by HeySeus

  • Southerly: Five Simple Ingredients for a…,

    Oops that was supposed to be;

    Perhaps the best pub I came across was one whose name I can't remember (nor find via thewondersoftheinterweb) in one of those streets that ran from Hampstead village out to the Heath.

    It was a standalone big old building, filled with eclectic comfy furniture from a variety of eras, and laid out such that there were separate areas of varying 'vibes', served brilliant beer on tap with simple, basic yet clever and well-cooked pub food, played old soul and reggae out the back in the sunny courtyard and had a couple of little dart boards hidden around the place.

    It had taken the old-school concepts of what a good pub is (as well defined by Mr Haywood here) and bought them up to a modern standard without awfully modernising it (hard to describe).

    The place is the Spaniards Inn - agree with your comments

    Since Apr 2008 • 2 posts Report Reply

  • Southerly: Five Simple Ingredients for a…,

    That'd be the Spaniard's Inn. Top place to retire to after a walk on the heat

    Since Apr 2008 • 2 posts Report Reply