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Published: October  02, 2014

The Holly Bush

Thanks to a sharp focus on fresh cooking and fabulous seasonal ingredients, our kitchen enjoys a great reputation with foodies in Hampstead and beyond.

The menu includes hearty comfort food and much more besides, with dishes changing on a regular basis to make the most of seasonal produce.

At the bar it’s a similar story, with guest brews from the likes of Gales and Adnams contributing to a transient line-up of hand-pumps. You’ll always find London Pride available though, and the great-tasting Seafarers is another of our regular ales.

Wine connoisseurs are well catered for here too. We’ve hand-picked a superb selection of red, white and rose bottles, perfect for those evenings when all you want to do is to curl up in a cosy corner with a fine glass of the grape. 

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Address :

22 Holly Mt London NW3 6SG United Kingdom

Phone :

+44 20 74352892

Hours :

Monday a Sunday 12:00 PM a 11:00 PM

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Published: October  02, 2014

The Holly Bush

Thanks to a sharp focus on fresh cooking and fabulous seasonal ingredients, our kitchen enjoys a great reputation with foodies in Hampstead and beyond.

The menu includes hearty comfort food and much more besides, with dishes changing on a regular basis to make the most of seasonal produce.

At the bar it’s a similar story, with guest brews from the likes of Gales and Adnams contributing to a transient line-up of hand-pumps. You’ll always find London Pride available though, and the great-tasting Seafarers is another of our regular ales.

Wine connoisseurs are well catered for here too. We’ve hand-picked a superb selection of red, white and rose bottles, perfect for those evenings when all you want to do is to curl up in a cosy corner with a fine glass of the grape.