Enfield Arms, Enfield
our final review
posted by pandabeer on 17/6/2004
The Enfield Arms smacks of suburbia. One look at the jukebox says it all. Relive your misspent youth through the greatest hits of the Jam or Nirvana and while you're at it, have another pint of cider. And a packet of peanuts. Having said that, this is an alright pub. Added to the jukebox you have good cheap grub, friendly bar staff and a mixed bunch of locals of all ages, who like their beer but don't exhibit that "you're not from round here" air so beloved of the patrons of many suburban hostelries. Situated right next door to Enfield Town railway station, it's the sort of place you can see yourself diving into for just one on the way home, and mysteriously finding yourself still in there, three hours later, comfortably squiffy and trying to decide if you really do want another bowl of chips before you head off. And if you do go, make sure you've got plenty of change for the juke box.
Popular pub now demolished, to make way for wider road leading to a new multi-story carpark. Part of the 'regeneration' of Enfield Town, apparently.
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2 Genotin Road, Enfield, London, EN1 2AF