Villiers Terrace



Crouch End

  • Mid-range

© Ming Tang-Evans

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Villiers Terrace 120 Park Road
    N8 8JP

  • Venue phone:

    020 8245 6827

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  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11pm Mon, Tue; noon-midnight Wed; noon-1am Thur-Sat; noon-11pm Sun. Meals served noon-10.30pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Finsbury Park tube/rail then bus W7, or Hornsey rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £11-£16.50. Set menu (noon-3pm, 6-7pm Mon-Fri) £10.50 2 courses, £14 3 courses

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lee mcdonnell

Just had a fantastic Sunday Roast paired with a great bottle of Malbec. They have even brought the Sticky Toffee Pudding back. Well done Chef, still the best food in Crouch End!


Delicious food, however £18.50 for a steak, a veggie main, one cheeseboard and two drinks nearing £50 left a bit of a sour taste. 12.5% service is ridiculous and not needed at all. From always working with hospitality I would be utterly embarrassed by charging such an amount, especially seeing as though the food took 20mins and we were the only table in there!! However the food is fabulous, so I'll just have to save my next visit for a special occasion.

Miss C

Food is good, service OK. My gripes with this place: a rather short and basic menu; the exhorbitant food prices (£12.50 for a cheeseburger?? £7 for a starter?? REALLY??) and the 12.5% service charge. After all, this is a pub, NOT a Michelin-starred restaurant. Great cocktails tho - in comparison to the food, these are reasonably priced!


Have eaten here for lunch a few times. The food is often well put together, not incredibly inventive but very tasty. However the waiting staff never fail to be incredibly rude. We tend to visit in a group of mothers and babies but as the place is usually dead during the day you would assume that they might appreciate the custom. Sadly we are often met with arrogant staff who somehow consider it an inconvenience to serve you and are frankly rude sometimes. One friends simple enquiry regarding the type of milk they use (she has a serious allergy) was met with "if you have any special requests you will have to go to Starbucks" another delightful member of staff likened a friend breastfeeding to him whipping his c**k out and puttting it on the bar- nice.