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Ye Olde Cherry Tree, Southgate, N14

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
22 The Green
N14 6EN
Phone: 02088861808

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Vintage Inns (Mitchells & Butlers)

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Komakino . left this review about Ye Olde Cherry Tree

This oozes with character with its sagging original beams with iron supports and semi-sub-divisions within, but in essence, it's a Vintage Inn charge which, although you can grab a beer in (Sharp's Doom Bar and Atlantic, St Austell Proper Job and Brain's Rev James) it's clear from the rolled-eye response to my answer from the obligatory "is there anything else" that the noble art is a secondary and necessary evil. Charming in places and you can get a good feed here, but nothing to make this a 'must visit' if in the area.

On 23rd September 2018 - rating: 4
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Steve of N21 left this review about Ye Olde Cherry Tree

A former coaching inn dating from the 1700’s Ye Olde Cherry Tree is now under the Vintage Inn umbrella and functions more as a restaurant nowadays than a pub. I remember it in former times when it used to be mainly a pub with a restaurant section at the back. But most of the internal space is now taken up with the dining area and just the smaller area around the bar at the back of the pub near the rear entrance is kept for drinking.
So in this respect it is best used just for a beer on a fine weather day when the pleasant outside patio area can be utilised.
There are usually four ales available which tend to come from the usual suspects and Pride, Doombar and Adnams Broadside were on for my visit last Sunday.
As a restaurant it’s a fairly pleasant place to eat as, although it is quite a large space, the interior is a collection of separate spaces with several atmospheric nooks and crannies.
The menu is the usual formulaic chain offerings and the quality tends to go up and down with the ability of the chefs employed, which like all chain pubs tend to change on a regular basis. Fortunately for the last year the quality has been quite good as they have managed to retain a couple of good ones.

On 12th March 2014 - rating: 6
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john mcgraw left this review about Ye Olde Cherry Tree

Massive rambling pub with different nooks and crannies and the emphasis on food.Sells up to 3 real ales.A pleasant beer garden.

On 20th March 2009 - rating: 6
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Steve C left this review about Ye Olde Cherry Tree

This place feels a bit like a soulless hotel bar, which is a shame as it is a lovely huge pub with a nice beer garden at the rear. The usual lagers were on offer alongside Pride and Greene King IPA, but I got the feeling that the pub is much more food orientated. The barman was extremely friendly, but the barmaid was a little dismissive.

I found it quite boring in here and the depressing music didn't help matters.

On 9th May 2008 - rating: 4
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