The Hill

94 Haverstock Hill , London, NW3 2BD

SquareMeal Review of The Hill

This stylish pub lies near the bottom of Haverstock Hill, halfway between Belsize Park & Chalk Farm tube stations. Dark-wood floors, cerise walls & a hotchpotch of chairs make for an unpretentious setting in which to enjoy above-average pub food. A light & crispy salt & chilli batter encases tender rings of squid, while plump mussels are well served by a celery, shallot & white wine sauce, mopped up by hunks of crusty baguette. Main courses are heartier & typified by rib-eye steak with blue cheese sauce. Alternatively, stick to the simple but well-executed bar menu of tapas to share: four dishes cost just £6.50. Add to this service with a smile & The Hill is well worth making a detour for.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Chalk Farm Tube Station 446m

Belsize Park Tube Station 569m


Address: 94 Haverstock Hill , London NW3 2BD

Area: Hampstead Belsize Park

Opening times

Mon-Fri 5pm-12M Sat 12N-12M Sun 12N-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Roundhouse 611m

Screen on the Hill 670m


Telephone: 020 7267 0033

Cuisine: Gastropub


Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 9.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Broome F. bronze reviewer 12 December 2012

Popped into The Hill for drinks on a Saturday evening. Place was really buzzing with a cross section of ages. Bar staff were very busy, but still had time for a smile and because we sat at the bar, service was swift. A lot people were eating, so I can only presume the food was good. After bottle number two of Sancerre, we decided to leave, only to find a group of thirty something men, doing press-ups on the pavement outside- well I guess that's one way of getting rid of a beer belly ! Definitely recommend, and if passing Haverstock Hill again, I'll be back for more.