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The Edinboro Castle

Bars and pubs, Pubs Camden Town
4 out of 5 stars
(15user reviews)
Exterior shot of the beer garden at The Edinboro Castle
Jael Marschner

Time Out says

Situated by one corner of Regent's Park, The Edinboro Castle is a lovely, spacious pub with plenty of comfy seating and a beer garden.

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Address: 57 Mornington Terrace
London
NW1 7RU
Transport: Tube: Camden Town
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Users say (15)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:4
  • 4 star:9
  • 3 star:1
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:1
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tastemaker

Awesome pub, great atmosphere and massive garden! This place gets super busy during the summer but they do organise some great events!

I usually got there after a sunny day in Primrose hill as it's 5-10mn walk from there. 
The staff is quite efficient and friendly which always helps! 

I don't know if they take bookings but I would book in advance if you're hoping to turn up with a big group.

Tastemaker

This is a cracker of a pub on a hot and sunny day! Gets super busy so tables are at a premium but the atmosphere is superrrrr buzzy! Expect cold rosé and burgers from the barbecue. On a Sunday, they also serve up a mean roast for around £15. This is the only picture I took of a super fun, super boozy Bank Holiday Monday! Enjoy x

tastemaker

A great pub in between Camden and Regents Park.

I often go in the Summer after playing softball with my friends in the park. It has a brilliant outdoor area, with little huts and picnic tables. The evening vibe is great, with fairy lights and an outdoor bar to ease the queues. In summer they have pimms on tap outside, which is fab. 100% my favorite pub for a great outdoor space - head to the Edinboro Castle on a sunny day! 


Renowned for its enormous beer garden, ideal for al fresco drinking; THE meeting place in the summer

tastemaker

My friend and I were walking to Primrose Hill on a hot day and discovered the Edinboro Castle on the way. The beer garden is huge and we found ourselves a nice spot at some seated booths with a cover, which helped when it rained. They also had heaters making it the perfect place for drinking outdoors in the winter too. We had quite a few drinks and stayed a bit longer than planned because of the good looking crowd it attracts. We nearly ordered food too, the burgers looked especially tasty. I'll definitely be trying them soon as this is now going to be my go to beer garden in London.

Tastemaker

Love, love, love the Edinboro Castle! 
I seem to forget about it a lot during the winter months but it is top of my list in the summer! The beer garden is huge and there is lots of seating so the perfect place for either a small gathering or a large one. Love the fact that they do BBQs there too... nothing like freshly cooked BBQ burgers on a hot day with a cold pint! 
The food on the pub menu in general is also really good. It does get busy though but seems to attract a really decent crowd which is always a sign of a good pub! 

Tastemaker

I’m becoming more and more of a local to the Edinboro Castle.


Friendly vibes – check.

Good food – check.

Bloody Marys – check.

Board games…..

Yep, I’m going there again. I like a cheeky game of snakes and ladders or jenga as much as the next person. Which is why it upsets me that the quality of games and whether all components are still in tact seems like such an unspoken taboo.


Surely it’s pub etiquette, no? You wouldn’t go round to Auntie Julie’s house on boxing day to find that Colonel Mustard had gone on a vacation with the Monopoly car for the holidays, would you?


Leave board games how you’d like to find them! 

Staff Writer

Great pub, gets extremely busy in the nice sunny months when the garden is pretty full. Love it when the sun goes down and the colourful fairy lights come on....very nice


Disgusting customer service from one of the staff when I went back to inquire about my bill. Incredibly rude. Are customers not allowed to ask questions now on what exactly they are spending their money on? They also don't have a set measurements for drinks, so if you go to the bar asking for a small wine and get served by one person they might give you a completely different measurement from another member of staff. I paid for a large measurement in a small glass when I clearly ordered a small. When I returned to inquire about my bill not adding up the guy behind the bar gave me an attitude. 


Really nice gastropub. Had a great Sunday lunch with friends and children. Friendly service.

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