Sir Colin Campbell, Kilburn
A pretty grim local, about as inviting inside as it looks. We'd love to call it an authentic Kilburn pub, and maybe some experience a pub of the sort sadly disappearing, but the lack of any sort of welcome is hardly the warm Irish pub experience so many Londoner's have come to know and love. Shame.
04 Feb 2011
May not be the most modern looking pub on the inside and the barman may not fawn over you for deigning to honour him with your glorious presence, but it serves the best pint of Guinness I've had in London thus far. Thick, creamy head, that sticks to the pint of the glass the whole way down. Full of old characters too, reciting tales of life on the Kerry/Limerick border where the washing dries on one side but not the other. The missus wasn't too impressed at being the only female in the place, but if you're actually from Ireland and craving a savage pint of stout and a bag of Tayto, you could do far worse.
11 Dec 2009
I disagree with the '05 comment! Just got back from a quiz night (Thursday) and the pub couldn't have been any nicer. A simple pub but very welcoming and miles away from Kilburn High Road. Will definately go back. If you like a real pub with real service, try this one out.
264 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London, NW6 2BY
020 7624 7553
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How to find the Sir Colin Campbell pub
From Kilburn Tube, or Brondesbury Silverlink train station, turn right and walk down Kilburn High Road. The pub is a few minutes down on the left, just past the Black Lion.