110 Walm Lane, Cricklewood, London NW2 4RS
- Willesden Green Station (0.2 km)
- Dollis Hill Station (1.0 km)
- Cricklewood Station (1.1 km)
- Queens Park Railway Station (1.7 km)
- Contact us:
020 8452 0171
- Opening hours:
Pub open: 11.30am – 11pm Sunday – Wednesday
(until 11.30pm Thursday, midnight Friday & Saturday
Food served: daily 12noon – 10pm (closed Monday lunch),
brunch served 11.30am – 4pm weekends
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9 reviews of The Queensbury in English
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Decent boozer and the best in the area but could be better. Its pricey but I guess its a sign of the times and the reason why so many pubs close down. The outside area is great when its warm. The inside area is too small I find. If you dont have a seat you are standing in an area which has a lot of traffic with people going backwards and forwards. The beer choice could be better too.
The restaurant is OK. It’s quite pricey and I went over Xmas. I ordered a steak and it was very chewy which I was disappointed about. I expected a piece of meat that would cut like butter and taste great but this wasnt the case. Perhaps this is a one off as I dont want to slate the restaurant just for the sake of it. The rest of the food was good and the people I was with enjoyed their food.
Pros – Least worst pub in the area, its actually got a nice beer garden, you can generally get a seat even on a nice sunny day. Lovely interior in winter with the fire on, lovely.
Cons – drinks prices have gone up quite a bit and the food is not good at all, dodgy pub food but quite expensive.
Go there for a drink, not a meal.
Good local, and the food (at least the lunch menu) is above average pub fare. Food is fresh and well presented & portions are reasonable. There is more restaurant style seating/service in the back with a pub atmosphere in the front. Very cosy in winter, a little dark in the summer but the outdoor area is well maintained and appealing. Service is friendly without being over bearing, relaxed and efficient.
I’m afraid I found little to like in this pub. I didn’t feel it had any kind of charm, personality or atmosphere. They service was very slow...possibly due to the cocktails they serve. And they had sparklers on the ale taps, which add froth and remove flavour.
The Queensbury is most probably the only decent pub in Wilesden, especially within earshot of Willesden Green tube.
The selection of beers is limited, and you'll find the range from Amstel to Red Stripe leaves you with little choice but to go for high or low end hop barley water.
There is a great selection of spirits however, and this is just fine by me!
The interior is open, with several seating areas, one clustered by a roaring fire perfect in the winter, and another stretch of seats and tabels along the wall opposite the bar.
The dining area is spacious, but I am yet to try the food so i'll reserve judgement until I can.
The overall feel of the pub is of genuine warmth and the friendly bar staff help to further this.
Great pub, well worth a visit.
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