The Queensbury Kitchen

68 Walm Lane , London, NW2 4RA

SquareMeal Review of The Queensbury Kitchen

A spin-off from the locally famous Queensbury pub, also on Walm Lane, this new all-day venture puts more emphasis on food – as you might deduce from the moniker.  ‘Big boy breakfasts’, ‘small full English’ fry-ups, pancakes and eggs are served until 5pm, while the rolling menu covers everything from deli sandwiches (sticky chicken with sweet chilli) or hummus with toast ‘soldiers’ to burgers and grills – think 28-day rib-eye steaks, racks of ribs, blackened salmon and so on. There are salads and light bites too, plus a few puds such as cheesecake and cinnamon churros with chocolate sauce. The brief drinks list runs from milkshakes to a fistful of wines, a few quirky cocktails and booze from the likes of BrewDog, Camden, Meantime and the Cotswold Cider Co. A kids’ menu and takeaways broaden the venue’s appeal.

The Queensbury Kitchen Location

68 Walm Lane , London NW2 4RA

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020 8451 3332

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Opening times

Mon-Wed 11.30am-11pm (Thursday -11.30pm) (Fri-Sat -12pm) (Sun -10.30pm)

The Queensbury Kitchen's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 8.0

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Service: 8.0

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Atmosphere: 8.0

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Value: 8.0

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

27 March 2015

Queensbury Kitchen recently referred and relaunched having slightly struggled to build an identity and following in it's previous incarnation as Queensbury deli. This is much more like it. I have been in with my wife a couple of times for quick lunches, with my family for brunch and lunch, and for a couple of drinks in the evening too - and I love it. A short menu of really well cooked burgers and the like. A short drinks menu of very well selected drinks. Nice, welcoming, quick service. A buzzing, cheerful atmosphere. This place is a very welcome addition to the area.

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

27 March 2015

Queensbury Kitchen recently refitted and relaunched having slightly struggled to build an identity and following in it's previous incarnation as Queensbury deli. This is much more like it. I have been in with my wife a couple of times for quick lunches, with my family for brunch and lunch, and for a couple of drinks in the evening too - and I love it. A short menu of really well cooked burgers and the like. A short drinks menu of very well selected drinks. Nice, welcoming, quick service. A buzzing, cheerful atmosphere. This place is a very welcome addition to the area.

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