Ye Olde Cherry Tree
The Green, Southgate, London N14 6EN
- Southgate Station (0.9 km)
- Arnos Grove Station (1.1 km)
- Palmers Green Station (0.9 km)
- New Southgate Railway Station (1.8 km)
- Contact us:
020 8886 1808
- Opening hours:
Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 23:00
Sun: 12:00 - 22:30
83 Southwark Street, London SE1 0HX
“The Table in Southwark is one of the hidden gems of the South Bank. Shaun Alpine-Crabtree, who with the architectural practice Allies & Morrison, founded the restaurant seven years ago and has recently overseen its evolution. New head chef Cinzia...” more...
8 reviews of Ye Olde Cherry Tree in English
We tried the deep fried mushrooms, these were very good, and also the Crostini with melted Brie (average but quite filling)
The only complaints we had was that ashtrays in the garden were overflowing, it wasn't majorly busy that day but if (as most do ) you want to eat out in the garden at the tables it's not very nice to be confronted by that now is it?
oh! and also the service is sometimes crap - they need an extra person on from 5:30 onwards as the bar gets really busy. no matter what day its always the same waiting to be served.
Originally gave this place 4 stars - service hasn't improved so now marked down to three.
PS lots of PPL complain about the service here :(
Used to be a good pub. Since the change in management, the good beer has gone, the beautiful food has changed, and the prices have gone up. You can actuallly get a quality beer cheaper in De Hems on Shaftesbury Ave!
Noisy, slow and unfriendly service. Only rates one star because negative ratings are not possible.
Time stands still, but the feeling inside went a bit downhill. I love how Ye Olde Cherry Tree looks like, amazing old times you can still feel, and I used to enjoy a nice drink and meal here. However, it became more of a factory feeling, long queue to order some food and staff running around a bit in chaos. Best to avoid this in the weekends, just too long waiting, but for a midweek it is a nice place, but I do hope they change their 'format' back into a more comfortable approach
Charming little pub with lots of character and real log fires! The garden is lovely place to relax with a glass of wine during the summer and there is a car park near by, so no looking round for somewhere to park which is great! The food is pretty good, scampi and chips are my favourite! And there is an Innkeeper's lodge on site so if you have a few too many, you can always stay the night.
I usually stay here if on business, the rooms are not economical for a one person stay, as they are the same price for a family of 5. That said, lovely log fires in the winter, tasty food reasonably priced, even better puddings, always busy but usually able to find a spare table, alfresco in the wamer evenings, plenty of parking space and last but not least, guest beers and a good wine selection.
This used to be a ye olde boozer with a small restaurant but it’s now essentially a restaurant that has a bar.
It sits in a beautiful old building by Southgate Village Green, and has been in existence for more than 400 years.
The food won’t blow you away, but it is good, and reasonably priced. The sirloin steak, onion rings, chips and peas, gets a big thumbs up from me. And because I’m a growing lad I always go for the chocolate puddings. The chocolate brownie is gorgeous! In the winter the log fires are blazing, which makes it a nice, cosy environment.
If you don’t like chain pubs, then this probably isn’t the place for you. But if you’re so taken by its charms and can’t bear to leave, it also houses a 19 bedroom Innkeeper’s Lodge. Included in the price is a complimentary continental breakfast.
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