Our menu uses fresh, seasonal produce from carefully selected suppliers. Monday to Friday you'll find pub favourites and daily specials, brunch on Saturdays until 4pm and our Sunday roast is served from Midday until it sells out, so it's always good to book a table. A while back, our boss Jasper started brewing below the pub, with the aim of making a few beers to serve upstairs.
In , the operation outgrew our basement and moved down the road to become Camden Town Brewery. You can always find the full range of Camden beers here at the Horseshoe, as well as guest beers from our friends. Hampstead is a green, sprawling chunk of north London that encompasses a variety of postcodes, but for the purpose of this article we'll stick to the old Hampstead Village area of NW3.
With Hampstead High Street at its centre, this starry piece of zone two real estate is bordered by moneyed Belsize Park to the south, Finchley Road to the west, Golders Green at the north and vast swathes of heath to the east side. The sky-high property prices here mean that the residential population is not exactly a young and trendy one — somewhat reflected in the dining destinations of the area. But that's not to say there aren't some absolute gems for your post-heath refreshment.
You just need to know where to look. We can give thanks to Hampstead's well-established Jewish community for the abundance of great bagel bakeries in the area, and one of the best for breakfast is Roni's 44 Rosslyn Hill. Open from 7am daily, they do Israeli style breakfast dishes like shakshuka or a platter of eggs with tahini, tuna, olives and more.
Bagels come with a variety of fillings — be sure to take some away with you. The large French contingent means that there are queues out the door of the local Paul 43 Hampstead High Street each morning. It's standing room only, but for a quick breakfast on the hop, you can certainly do worse than a fresh pain au chocolat.
We like Euphorium's challah, which is a brioche-style Jewish bread, just asking for a layer of good cream cheese. Sold out of a little trailer, both sweet and savoury varieties have been a hit for decades. They count Kate Moss and Harry Styles as fans.
Alternatively, there is Spielburger 37 Heath Street right next to the Everyman Cinema, for your hit of well-sourced beef in the ubiquitous brioche bun. For sunny days, head down the back streets to beautiful Burgh House New End Square and bask in the peaceful garden with a glass of fizz and a frittata — or even a Sunday roast. Book Now Feedback. Situated just a short walk from various shops and the Everyman Cinema, why not stop for a bite to eat on route or post-film? Therefore you should book a table at London, Hampstead today!
Honey roasted peaches served with prosciutto Gran Sasso, buffalo mozzarella, mixed leaves, croutons and balsamic vinegar from our deli. Topped with hazelnuts. Honey roasted peaches, layered with amaretto-laced ricotta-cream and amaretti biscuits from our deli. Topped with toasted flaked almonds. A white wine with golden intensity, smooth and rich.
Notes of acacia flowers and stone fruits like peach and apricot. Whole creamy burrata cheese from Puglia with marinated artichoke, soya beans, peas, spring onion and mint. Finished with lemon dressing. Light vegetable broth with orecchiette pasta, cannellini beans, peas, soya beans and artichoke. With semi-dried tomato pesto. Baby plum, yellow cherry and beef tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, basil and garlic on grilled ciabatta.
With grilled ciabatta. With our freshly baked focaccia. Artichoke sauce with courgette, spring onion, peas, soya beans, semi dried tomato pesto and flaked almonds.
Things to do in Hampstead: The best restaurants, pubs and more There are other pasta and salad options on the menu, but this place is all. 70 Heath Street, London, NW3 1DN. Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park, London, NW3 4QS. West End Lane, West Hampstead, London, NW6 1LJ.
A puttanesca style sauce of olives, capers, tomato, chilli, raisins and garlic. With garlic and herb breadcrumbs, toasted hazelnuts, walnuts and pine nuts.
Vegan bean balls made with olives, capers and pine nuts in tomato sauce. A mix of porcini, chestnut, oyster, shiitake and shimeji mushrooms with garlic. Add truffle oil for 1.
Chicken breast with green beans, red onion, semi-dried tomatoes, mixed leaves and baby potatoes. With garlic and herb breadcrumbs and a balsamic dressing.
Flaked tuna with buffalo mozzarella, green beans, tomatoes, baby potatoes, mixed leaves, anchovy fillet, soft-boiled egg and croutons. With a vinegar dressing. Roasted beetroot and butternut squash with goat's cheese, pesto, mixed leaves, chives and walnuts.
The kitchen even makes its own peanut butter and "smoky" baked beans for the breakfast menu. Steak-lovers should head to Gaucho , the Argentinian joint that specialises in serving up big, tasty hunks of beef. Take note of The Guest Series whereby compelling chefs from other countries are invited to cook, admittedly in the evenings. Ed Wilson, once head chef for the Terroirs coalition, now concentrates his energies here. Naming a Shepherd Market restaurant after a famous 18th-century courtesan shows wit. The main is a similarly solid plate of linguine, pork fillet and good mild chorizo. Klemm's Bakery Windham 7.
With a balsamic dressing Add chicken for 2. Avocado, pearl barley and black rice with tenderstem broccoli, artichoke, peas, soya beans, semi-dried tomato pesto and almond flakes. Artichoke sauce with courgette, spring onion, peas, soya beans, semi-dried tomato pesto and flaked almonds. With toasted hazelnuts, walnuts and pine nuts. Served without breadcrumbs. Courgette, garlic, chilli.