The Junction Tavern is an imposing Victorian building in the heart of North London. Dating back to 1885, the main bar and dining room reflects its late Victorian heyday, but with all the modern comfort and facilities of a great British pub. Plum in the middle of Kentish Town and Tufnell Park, its 18th century frontage veils a TARDIS-like interior of dark-panelled rooms, a bright and airy conservatory and an award-winning beer garden.
Over the years, The Junction Tavern has thundered into the consciousness of local foodies and ale-tasters. Its fantastic atmospheric balance of the true British pub and destination restaurant continues to grow and strengthen thanks to a loyal following.
Menus change often to take advantage of the best seasonal and local ingredients and this passion for quality and attention to detail is not limited to the kitchen. The entire ambience of the Junction strives towards relaxed and comfort perfection.
The dining room is light and airy. The bar area is warm and friendly with a stunning bar top and original fireplace. The conservatory with its view of the lovely beer garden is available for parties, weddings and meetings.
Hip, elegant but very down to earth, whether you are dining or drinking, the result is always the same. A great experience and a team of friendly faces to look after you.
Enjoyed a lovely evening with my sweetheart here last night. I started with the lentil soup. I felt it lacked a little flavour then I went to the trout main which tasted good prior to finishing off with the cheese selection. By far the cheese...More