Holloway’s North Nineteen, with a home in a solid public house on the corner of Kingsdown Road and Sussex Way, is going from strength to strength. A family-owned steak and alehouse in operation for over 7 years, North Nineteen offers a superlative steak menu, alongside a great selection whiskies, wines, and real ales. These cosy London premises are perfect for parties, and the staff and management at North Nineteen are likely to accommodate any request you might have for your special day. Kingsdown Road and Sussex Way, is going from strength to strength. A family- owned steak and alehouse in operation for over 7 years, North Nineteen offers a superlative steak menu, alongside a great selection whiskies, wines, and real ales. These cosy London premises are perfect for parties, and the staff and management at North Nineteen are likely to accommodate any request you might have for your special day.
North Nineteen is a traditional steak and alehouse, located on the corner of Kingsdown Road and Sussex Way in London’s Holloway, a short stroll from Upper Holloway station. Behind the clipped hedges out front is a fantastic outdoor seating area, where on a lucky evening you’ll find an Argentine BBQ going strong. Ok, so that’s less than traditional for an English steak and alehouse, but this is the 21st-century after all. Moving inside, you’ll find a cosy pub (and another courtyard area) with an incredible selection of ales to choose from. At least six Cask Marque-accredited ales – with strong representation from Cornish ales – are kept fresh on tap at North Nineteen, while biannual Ale & Cheese festivals keep the real ale fans happy. The wine menu is seasonal and ever-changing, while the whisky selection is fine and reliable.
North Nineteen’s Kingsdown Road and Sussex Way premises is, for many, all about quality British cuisine. For an excellent introduction, why not pop in for North Nineteen’s Sunday roast. Beef, lamb, chicken, pork, and a veggie roast are all available, accompanied by traditional side servings of roast potatoes, parsnips, carrots, garden peas, Yorkshire pud and gravy. We mentioned the left-of-centre Argentine BBQ, but North Nineteen’s steaks are where it’s at. Choose your cut, your level of doneness, and your sauce, and get your knife and fork ready. This classic pub in London’s Holloway also has a monthly open-mic night for a night of carousing by the open fire, while groups of four or more receive a complimentary bottle of wine when they take in a three-course meal.
Fantastic Sunday roasts with friendly service and atmosphere. Our group had pork belly, lamb and beef, all were great cuts and served with proper roast potatoes and veg. Very good choice of beer too
Great food and great host!! That's why we keep coming back! Nice, friendly atmosphere - everyone was more than happy with their food - absolutely delicious.
Visited for a Sunday lunch with friends. Really lovely food, straightforward, unfussy and well cooked. Friendly staff and a cosy pub, and very good value. We will be returning!
had a great steak at this place and even better is is very local to me. will be going back for more. they even had a jazz band playing when i was there
Have to say, didn't resemble the web site and where I was expecting a North London Glitterati-ish gastro pub and got more of a down-to-earth boozer that serves food. HOWEVER, do not be put off by this because it's a very good down-to-earth boozer. We went there on a Sunday lunchtime prior to a game at The Emirates which is only a 10-minute walk away. Only Sunday roasts were on offer but I knew this. The place is spotless and quirky with its mis-mash of furniture. Two of us had the lamb and two had the beef (chicken was on offer, too) and I have to say, whilst it won't win any Michelin Rosettes, the food was delicious. It was freshly cooked and the portions were huge with plenty of veg, roast potatoes and a massive well-cooked Yorkshire Pud; it's what I'd call a "hearty meal". The barman, who I suspect is the landlord, was welcoming and friendly and as importantly, keeps his beer well! Was it what I was expecting? No. Will I be going back? Yes.
The roast dinner was great. The burger was soggy. A few mistakes with what we ordered but very pleasant service. I don't think I would go there again but it wasn't a bad experience. This service could run a bit quicker and smoother with more staff.
Not the most salubrious venue. BUT excellent Landlord and good oldfashioned pub roast. Proper grub :) good sized portions and 'home cooked'
Lovely meal as usual. Great Sunday roast and we love that sticky toffee pudding!
The food was not hot both main & dessert, and considering it was £11.95 for the main it was very small. Would not go back