King William IV

Restaurants , British Hampstead
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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King William IV has been at the heart of Hampstead village for over 200 years. Situated right on the High Street, a stone's throw away from Hampstead Heath. The Willie, as it's known by the locals, has flourished into a Mecca for anyone looking for a quick drink and a bite to eat or spending the evening with your friends.
With its home away from home feel, it's perfect for Sunday lunch with the papers or even a drink after work.
Venue name: King William IV
Address: 77 Hampstead High St
Price: £25 and under
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4.7 / 5

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Elisa R

The service is always good with a friendly bar staff. Every single time I go, I come back with a story: once it was a 2 hour conversation with a barman about Narnia and Harry Potter, once the chef making me taste a shot of gold Vodka and another time a lovely gentleman offering both me and the other lady in the room a glass of wine 'because it's a beautiful day today'.
On top of that, the lunch menu is much cheaper than anywhere else in London, apart from Whetherspoons of course, and really tasty.


Loved it. Booked a room online. Very friendly warm and quaint. Four poster bed in the middle of hustling Hampstead and quiet as at night which surprised me. Food top class Rib eye steak was perfect, all the food flying out of the kitchen looked great. Would definitely book again reasonable and very pleasant staff

Lisa kemp

Really friendly staff. Food amazing reasonable prices especially for Hampstead They do fresh Sea Bass on their weekly special for £5.95 Seems a real friendly atmosphere with lots of people mixing and chatting with a few household names around the place.