The Claddagh Ring

Bars and pubs, Pubs Hendon
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Irish pub with a weekly quiz and all-day food

Irish pub with a weekly quiz and all-day food


Venue name: The Claddagh Ring
Address: 10 Church Road
Opening hours: Open 10am-11pm mon; 10am-midnight Tue-Thur; 10am-2am Fri, Sun; 10am-2.30am Sat. Meals served 10am-10pm Mon-Fri; 10am-7pm Sat; 12.30pm-8pm Sun (breakfast 10am-noon Mon-Fri; all-day Sat)
Transport: Tube: Hendon Central
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Average User Rating

2.6 / 5

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I went here on a Sunday night after a Gaelic football match with a friend who is a regular and had a great night. The doormen managed any rowdy drunks well, the music was awesome and we were able to have a good dance, and found the drinks to be reasonably priced. I would go back for sure. 

The only thing this pub has going for it is it's glorified reputation from years ago (which it most certainly does not live up to today). The prices are ridiculously over priced, for example, one can of club orange is £2 and costs around 50p in Tesco and brandy and a dash of coke costs £5.10 and would cost just over £3 in many other establishments in the area such as The Hendon towards Brent across Shopping Centre. I would not contemplate paying these prices if I was guaranteed a good night out or a sociable drink after work however the staff ensure this doesn't happen. They are the rudest collection of bar and waitressing staff I have ever witnessed or been served by. Not once did I hear the words please or thank you never mind a smile, God knows that would just be pushing the boat out. You would easily stand at the bar waiting for a drink for a number of minutes whilst watching them do absolutely nothing and when you finally are served they give you dirty looks as if you've just interrupted them from doing something very important. In particular a short blonde haired girl has done this on many occasions. I am ashamed to say that this establishment would give off the wrong impression of Irish people due to its incompetent rude staff. Would rather sit at home and die of dehydration rather than visit this pub for a drop of drink again.

This place is horrible. The staff is rude to clients...the doorman are some ugly mutants who are watching every sip of your can't dance in the pub as the doorman is next to you ...watching you suspiciously can't get drunk as you will be kicked out.... the food is rubbish...

Overall, this place is rubbish rubbish rubbish.

Never go there again.

Top Beer. Lovely staff.  Delicious food. Authentic warm Irish atmosphere. Well-Priced.

Wont be going back depressed staff, rude management, hugely overpriced for average drink and food. Just over bad atmosphere and service....

This place is overcrowded at the weekend, its dangerous!!!drinks are overpriced and the women are ugly and unattractive!!!Dont waste your time

I was treated horribly. I went into the pub one afternoon to do some work. When the bar did not have the drink I wanted to order I asked for a few moments to re-think. Within 1 minute the manager came over and told me that I was not going to sit there and not order, I needed to make my mind up in 2 minutes. This turned into a heated argument.

excellant pub well run a great night out,the big crowds at the weekends tells you how well liked it is.

The food in this place is average at best and terribly over priced however you do get large portions. The decor inside is lovely. Staff are fantastic and friendly except for one. I believe she is the manager and should be avoided at all costs. She is rude to customers and just stands around pouting whilst her staff are running about around her. She made me personally feel awkward and uneasy when I was served by her due to her rude tone. When I returned to the bar to get another round of drinks I was served by another member of staff who was lovely and more than happy to serve me.