Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Horseshoe

28 Heath Street

We were visiting friends in Hampstead and they suggested dinner at the Horseshoe. The menu focuses on simple British food.

The pub is the "Home of Camden Town Brewery" and I enjoyed the Pale Ale.

We were in the back section, which featured stylish and cosy booth style tables.

 To start I had the St Austell bay mussels, which came with white wine, parsley and shallots. They were fresh and tasty.

For main I had the breaded haddock which was served on mushy peas with chips and tartare sauce. The dish delivered a great version of this classic.

The hake, courgette, leek, bacon and new potato looked great and went down well.

Chris enjoyed his pork belly with devilled hispi cabbage and apple sauce.

The service was a tiny bit slow, but the food was worth the wait and decent value.

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