The Perseverance

11 Shroton Street , London, NW1 6UG

The Perseverance nw1 2011

SquareMeal Review of The Perseverance

Locals must have been delighted when a new team moved into the Perseverance & gave it a much-needed makeover. Situated on a side street, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Marylebone station & Baker Street’s tourist attractions, it is spread across two floors with a large skylight & assorted artworks adding some extra colour & detail. The food is still a work in progress, but expect home-baked breads, homemade terrines, mains such as venison Wellington, & desserts along the lines of prune & Armagnac tart. Young’s beers, fairly priced wines, occasional live gigs & open-mic nights complete the package.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Marylebone Tube Station 188m

Marylebone Station 342m


Address: 11 Shroton Street , London NW1 6UG

Area: Regent s Park Camden Town

Opening times

Mon-Sat 12N-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Cockpit Theatre 326m

Steiner Theatre 477m


Telephone: 020 7723 0224

Cuisine: Gastropub

Private Dining: 35


Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 9.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Grenouille bronze reviewer 25 October 2011

Had lunch on a week day at the Perseverance in February 2011. Overall an excellent Gastropub which I would strongly recommend if you are or live in the area. I would love to have something similar in Highgate/Muswell Hill. Main attraction is the food which is very good and good value. Nothing overly fancy but what a good pub should offer. I had the monkfish liver which was slightly disappointing (not sure what i was expecting but it lacked taste) but my friend had the terrine which looked amazing. We both had the rabbit as main courses which was amazing. As far as I remember the puddings were great as well. Inside it looks like a traditional pub and it was very quiet (week day). I heard it is much more busy in the evening and on weekends. Service was very good. A pub for the foodie offering good value for money. Would definitely return if I am in the area.