My mother stayed here what a waste of money the owners where a pair of smug c----- to far up there own arses give up mate u were lucky I never came down there and smashed your dopey face in as you were very rude and arrogant to my elderly mother. Wanker
The New Inn
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Built back in 1810, London’s The New Inn pub, hotel and restaurant is located between the two upmarket neighbourhoods of St. John’s Wood and Primrose Hill. Renovated in 2011, The New Inn is fast becoming the area’s new favourite gastropub, offering great food in a relaxed but sophisticated setting. The typical pub style frontage – gilt signage, hanging baskets and pillared door – leads in to a cosily traditional but fresh and modern setting where you’ll immediately feel right at home. During summer, pavement seating becomes quickly packed out, groups of bistro tables gathered under the pub’s green awning the ideal spot for people watching. The relaxed menu of The New Inn is formed around locally sourced produce, offering a real British flavour well suited to the surroundings but with a lighter touch of brasserie chic to the dishes both in recipe and presentation. Bar food includes a worldwide inspired tapas menu.