The Nags Head offers a warm welcome to each and every guest, inviting them in as an old friend. Wood plays a central role for the Nags Head’s décor: solid old floorboards and paneling adorns every wall, complementing a very cosy environment that's brimming with Islington characters every evening.
The menu is charmingly simple and straight up good value, serving up wood fired pizzas alongside hearty burgers, sandwiches and steaks. Our recommendation? The rioja beef and chorizo slow-cooked pie at just £10.95 with seasonal vegetables. The cocktail menu is once again simple, but you can always rely on the bar staff to mix up one helluva storm whilst the wine list is very reasonably priced with drinks the likes of their 'Kir Royal' and 'Key West Cooler' with Malibu and Midori coming in at just £7.45 each.
The Nags Head welcomes a widely ranging clientele, that varies from locals to office workers to trendies crawling the local bar scene thanks to its laid-back atmosphere, cool interiors and North London charm.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.60|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£39.00|
A word from the chef:
The Nag's Head serves up a tasty selection of wood fired pizza, hearty burgers and perfectly cooked steaks, alongside an impressive brunch menu. Why not tuck into their 8oz rump steak with chips for just £11.50, or try their chicken milanese for a more adventurous taste at £9.45.
I occasionally come here after-work, it's cheap and does pretty alright food. Not too loud but does occasionally get quite crowded!
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