This vast pub had been through many incarnations in it's time and on our visit looked rather like it had received another makeover pretty recently, in an out-of-the-packet, no imagination required pub style. Without anything to break the line of sight from one side of the pub to the other (over 100 feet) it looked rather like a village hall or function room. This made sense when we noticed the huge projection screen and raised area at one end, indicating that both football and other entertainment can dominate proceedings - we know they host a popular disco. The bar itself was fairly small in comparison to capacity and it appeared that it might be tricky to get served at busier weekend times. On our >Monday visit, however, with only 4 people in to watch the footy, there were no such problems; service was friendly enough too. On the drinks front, it was fairly basic with Greene King IPA being the most exciting thing on the menu. Ultimately, this is one probably only worth visiting if you're a football fanatic, or are perhaps attempting some sort of Enfield pub crawl.
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Reviewed by redcat
24 Nov 2009