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Cafe Cafe, Harrow On The Hill - pub details

Address: 51, High St, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 3HT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3112) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Harrow-on-the-Hill (0.6 miles), South Harrow (0.8 miles), West Harrow (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Harrow On The Hill (0.6 miles), Sudbury Hill Harrow (1 mile), Kenton (1.3 miles)

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No draught beer so not worth staying. Stella OK but pricey. Often busy although I struggle to see why!!
gazzo4u - 30 Dec 2010 13:48
Plastic pub selling extortionately priced drinks and catering to the more money than sense brigade. No draft bitter. Surprisingly good food - if overpriced, so worth a visit of you want a meal, but best avoided otherwise.
no_liver - 10 Sep 2010 09:54
A not particularly convincing restaurant / bar the top of Harrow-On-The-Hill. It was deathly quiet on a Sunday afternoon when I visited; I'd have thought it should be pretty busy at a time like that. The bar snacks we ordered were quite nice, but if you're after a decent pint, forget it: a couple of lagers are the only draft items here.
grecian - 16 Feb 2009 09:57
I have lived on the hill for 4 years now and have been to cafe cafe on a number of occasions; I must say that after my experience today I will not be returning.

The first time I went there I was happy to see that they had tables out side; I am a dog owner and it's sometimes nice to grab a drink on the way home. I have done this occasionally over the 4 year period with no problems; in fact I was there last week. Today my wife and I went there for a quick drink with my dog and all seemed well. I ordered the drinks at the bar; I went out to get my wallet which I left out side. A few second later a woman from the bar came out and aggressively told us we would have to leave as dogs are not allowed around the tables. I asked her is this a new rule as we have been there with the dog on a number of occasions. She said "well I haven't seen you here before and I am the manager so you have to go - or you can tie your dog up to the lamp post and have your drinks". Luckily I had not paid for the drinks and I told her to forget it and left.

The point here is noting to do with my dog being allowed to sit outside with me itís to do with the management.
If there is a policy in place then you would expect it to be consistent and all employees to be aware of it. Apart from today we have never been challenged in 4 years. In fact the members of staff have often petted my dog. I was surprised that this person was the manager as her manner and attitude was so rude aggressive. I do hope that she is new and doesn't last too long there as I fear that she will damage custom. I wish I knew her boss as I would very much like to tell them of my experience, any help with this would be much appreciated.

hulkster - 21 Jul 2008 19:22
I went recently on a friday and have not been for a few months as we work abroad quite often. Not the same! Andrew(the previous manager), i was told had left earlier this year. Much to the dissapointment of my partner and myself as it was him who had always looked after us on many occasion. The change in management is obvious. There was no greeting, no goodbye and no atmosphere (the bar atmosphere was what we normally went for). I wont knock the food,it tasted great. But it was plonked in front of us with no cutlery or condiments. We would normally sit at the bar and be entertained, no matter how busy, and service was always great, instead we found ourselves waiting for at least five minutes whilst the bartenders stood talking at one end of the bar. We did eventually have a conversation with one of them, just to be told that they were bored and cant wait for the night to be over!! And to top it all we were rushed out the door at the end of the night. We were really looking forward to our first friday back in the uk, unfortunatley we were extremely dissapointed. Typicall example of bad management as this was once my all time favourite bar!
know_it_all - 20 Feb 2008 14:11

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