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London Pubs and Bars - North Nineteen, Islington N19 4HZ - Food

 
 
 
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We serve a fusion of British & modern European cuisine. Everything is cooked fresh from scratch on the premesis and our Sunday lunch is legendary.

We have just launched our new Spring & Summer menu which so far is a huge hit. With freshly prepared meals like Thai tiger prawn curry, Lamb Cutlets with dauphinoir potatoes carrots & French beans, Whole tuna steak salad nicoise & plenty of vegetarian options, the menu really does deliver something for everyone.

Alfresco Bar Snacks BBQ
Brunch Daily Specials English
International Italian Lite Bites
Modern European Other Dishes Seafood
Special Offers Sunday Roast Table Service
Tea & Coffee Thai

 
 
 

Monday - Kitchen Closed
Tuesday through Friday 5pm till 10pm
Saturday 12pm till 10pm
Sunday 12pm till 7pm

 
 
 

Our new chef comes to us from a top hotel chain and has been cooking for more than 25 years, so he really knows his trade. His standards are superb and this is reflected in the flavours and the presentation of the food delivered to your table.

We have some great offers to help you discover our food, to see these please go to our special offers section or click here to be taken there.

We hope to meet you soon.

 
 
 

Eat two courses and get your third for free (Cheapest course free)

4 People eating a main each can share a free bottle of house wine

Register at www.northnineteen.co.uk and get 40p off a pint of ale, we always have six to choose from.

 
 

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Webpage last updated on Thursday, 21st May 2009