Lonsdale Square is a garden square in the Barnsbury district of Islington, North London. It is bounded by unusual Tudor Gothic Revival terraced houses, with picturesque gables and Elizabethan-style windows, and is probably unique among squares. All the houses are listed buildings. The central public garden contains flower beds and mature trees.
The nearest tube stations are Highbury & Islington to the north-east and Angel to the south-east. The Anglican parish is Barnsbury, an early offshoot of Islington.
|Monday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Thursday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Friday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
Gemma Howley | May 10, 2018
This place came recommended for a great Sunday roast and to be honest I was a bit disappointed. We had the lamb sharer and about half of the lamb was a bit dry and stuck in your throat a bit. There was no where near enough veg and the Yorkshire puddings (we asked for as extra as they only come with the beef) were flat as pancakes! The service was good and the pub itself is lovely and bright and airy, but I wouldn't rush back for the roast.
Clancy Childs | May 13, 2018
Food is decent. 45 minutes to wait for starters and another 45 minutes to wait for mains seems a bit long. No options for children whatsoever, so definitely not a family place. Could be really nice if you have nothing else to do for the day except hang around waiting for lunch.
Gemma Greaney | Apr 9, 2018
Sunday lunch is delicious! Beautiful pub too. We ordered the roast beef for 2/3 and there was more than enough food, the beef was perfectly cooked and the veg was delicious. I’d recommend booking as it was quite busy, the service was excellent but intermittent
Linda Flanagan | May 6, 2018
Attentive and helpful staff. Great food, crab and mackrel starter excelled, mains arrived piping hot absolutely delicious roast belly pork and a fresh perfectly cooked piece of cod. What more can anyone want from lunch basking in the sun in the garden.Altogether a delightful experience. Will be back.
Edward Gillespy | May 18, 2018
All I wanted to do was buy a few pints for myself and my workmates, it's bad enough that they charge an arm & a leg (possibly a kidney too) but they also had the cheek to make me wait 15 mins for it. The bar was left totally unmanned for that time apart from one curly haired blond lad in the corner playing with his lemon. After finally getting his attention he refused to serve claiming his imaginary barman friend is serving at the other end of the bar. Admittedly I had my beer goggles on by this point but could clearly see a whole 3m across the bar and miraculously conclude that no-one else was there.
Naki N | Jul 4, 2018
Enjoyed our Sunday lunch here. Portion sizes were quite generous and the food was pretty tasty. Service was good too. Worth a visit if you live or work nearby, but not special enough to trek across town for. Book a few weeks in advance if you want a Sunday roast.
Dave Fuller | Jun 17, 2018
The Drapers Arms is a real gem in the backstreets behind Upper Street. Hate the word Gastropub to describe this place as the food is so much more. Also here and the Albion probably serves the best Sunday Roast in Lindon. Their sharing platters of roast lamb, chicken and beef are worth the trip alone. Highly recommended.
Jess Rumley | Aug 5, 2018
Nice furb'ed venue.. on a sunny day, it seems dark inside. My starter.. sweetcorn salad - £7.50 - tasted like a sainsburys help yourself salad bar (not worth the price at all - feel ripped off) on the other aspects.. mates enjoyed their meals, hake, feta salad, crab starter. Staff are focused and appropriatly engaged and accommodating.. nothing epic and nothing horrific! Good.
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