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Published August 15th 2014
Camden Town Brewery's Baby
It appears gastropub, The Horseshoe in Hampstead, was the stepping stone to Jasper Cuppaidge's now staple Camden Town Brewery based down near the railway arches in Camden Town.
I was able to head over to The Horseshoe with a friend, who had spoken highly of the pub not too long ago. Upon arrival I could see why, the exterior has a gorgeous rustic yet modern charm, and the interior matched the outward appeal with glazed long wooden benches and high ceiling lights.
Their menu reflected that of many other pub's in North London, but it all comes down to taste, atmosphere and service for me.
When it comes to taste, The Horseshoe does deliver to some degree. I ordered their signature burger whilst my friend ordered the steak.
The burger was cooked medium and quite firm for a beef patty. When it comes to the meat in burgers, I am used to the delicious messy looking patties you get from Meatliquor and Honest Burger, The Horseshoe delivered a more respectable looking patty which did not compromise the taste.
Steak & Chips @ The Horseshoe Hampstead (photo instagram @neelsmcgee)