Tufnell Park Tavern

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Tufnell Park

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  • Address:

    Tufnell Park Tavern 162 Tufnell Park Road
    London
    N7 0EE

  • Venue phone:

    020 7281 6113

  • Venue website:

    www.tufnellparktavern.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 8am-11pm Mon-Sat; 8am-10.30pm Sun. Meals served noon-3pm, 6-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-3pm, 6-9.30pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Tufnell Park tube

  • Price:

    Meal for two with wine and service: around £80.

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Jools

Massively OVERPRICED for what you get. It's on a goldmine here but lazy cooking and ridiculously overpriced menu means that an average family meal with 2 under 5s can reach £100, without alcohol.

Michael

The TPT looks very nice but it vastly overpriced for what it is. Tufnell Park is full of young families who can't stray very far. The TPT picks a lot of these people up and charges them through the nose. £4 for a run of the mill lager and £6.50 for soup and a roll (they charge a pound for the roll - nice). Or how does a Roast Beef on a sunday for £15.50 grab you - these are West End top end prices and the food and service is variable at best. Its cynical. Which is a shame as it is in a nice spot and as I say it looks and feels like a good gastropub.

Miranda

Great food, ambience and value for money, especially the £11 weekday deal. The 'daycare' atmosphere mentioned below is only applicable on weekends - come on a week night and it is a friendly and relaxing place in which to while away the post-work hours. Agree they could do with having a few more ales on tap, but the food more than makes up for that. Recommend their patatas bravas with aioli (bar snack) and have had good fish and stews (not always elegant looking but taste great!).

rob

No complaints about 2 courses for £11! Great food...Seabass on the new menu a real winner and choc dessert a perfect finisher...light and just lovely! Real summer flavours...just a shame about the weather! Keep it up, TPT! You've new fans and we'll be bringing friends next time...!

Richard

A pub that serves pizza "all day" but that runs out of dough at 5pm on a Sunday!?!?! A pub that runs out of Diet Coke ever.... Come on... surely that's bad management?? Today's experience only supports my opinion of the TPT based on previous generally negative experiences at the TPT. Huge , lovely refurbished buidling but with expensivefairly sub-standard food, expensive drinks, a general feel that it doubles as a daycare centre, total lack of intimacy when sat at a table and previous statements about the lack of attentiveness of staff certainly mirror my experiences. The "Deli" is a great idea, very poorly executed. I've been in 3 times now... coffee is particularly poor... (surely if you're going to serve coffee in this kind of environment you must realise the difference between good coffee and bad coffee and train your staff to make the former?), On all of my experiences of visiting the "Deli", staff have appeared to be either chatting amongst themselves and seemingly ignoring customers who are waiting to be served or ignoring the mountains of tables that are begging to be cleared. The TPT has the potential to be awesome. Its management (or lack of) appears to be missing the opportunity such a fantastic location offers. Try the junction Tavern 200 yards up the road. MUCH better environment, food and drink and really fantastic staff.