Hadley House in Barnet brings together the best of British cooking, all under one roof. This High Barnet dining establishment strikes the perfect balance between casual and elegant, making it ideal for nearly any dining occasion you can think of. The service here is friendly and knowledgeable, and the restaurant space is so comfortable that you’ll feel right at home – combined with excellent food, we’d say that’s a winning combination. Found on the High Street close to London’s Hadley Green and King George’s Fields, Hadley House London is the type of restaurant that’s worth going out of your way for.
Hadley House is one of those restaurants that just works. A combination of atmosphere, service and cuisine come together to create an experience that’s tough to beat. With an all-weather garden perfect for rainy days, a children’s play area and space for groups big or small, this London British restaurant ticks off all the right boxes. It’s perfect for a family gathering or a first date, and it’s close to High Barnet underground for those travelling there from another part of town. What’s not to love?
Now, let’s move on to the best part: the food. Hadley House on the High Street offers a range of British favourites as well as Italian pasta and pizzas, salads and decadent desserts. We recommend beginning your meal here by splitting one of the restaurant’s sharing platters with your tablemates or diving straight into one of Hadley House’s salads. Next, it’s time for the main course. Our recommendation? Go for one of the massive steaks like the 8oz sirloin or 16oz T-bone with sauces like peppercorn, garlic butter or chimichurri. But don’t just take our word for it, instead, book a table at Hadley House in London's High Barnet and see what all the fuss is about for yourself.
Excellent food, service, ambience, background music and staff. This is a very well organised and run restaurant. We have been here four times now in the last year and will keep coming back. Thank you everyone at Hadley House. It was my 66th Birthday today and my Sea Bass was cooked to perfection. My wife had the Lamb Shank and thoroughly enjoyed her meal too. See you again soon, Mr & Mrs J & D Richardson
Very attractive décor and pleasant surroundings were let down by average food quality and value for money. My Sunday roast lunch of roast beef consisted of one average sized slice of over cooked meat with a large piece of fat attached, four small roast potatoes, one small Yorkshire pudding and a garnish of carrots and broccoli. Although this meal included a pint of lager, it was still poor value. It could be a great venue but changes to the food quality and quantity need to be addressed. The service was generally very good.
Overall really good. Staff were extremely friendly, helpful and attentive throughout. Steak was a little overdone but it always happens I'm just going to start asking for them rare! Everything else, top drawer- the brownie was possibly the best I've had ! Lovely