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It was great before the new people took it over and spent ages committing vandalism inside and outside by building a horrible brick wall in the middle of what was once a pleasant garden. Staff were insincere and overly keen. Prices were inflated. The outdoor...More
Do NOT have a meal at this gastro-pub. The food is atrocious. I had high expectations of my lunchtime meal there. I hadn't been to the Magdala for three years. I remembered it as providing good quality gastro-pub food at reasonable prices. It has changed...More
Went here with a colleague for lunch as we wondered what it was like now.
Does not seem to have changed much really inside at all.
I had a rum and coke which was expensive even for Hampstead at £5 for a single. I then...More
Popped in for afternoon tea when we spotted the pub had reopened. Spacious tea room style area on one side and pub bar on the other. Seems to be trying to cater for all age groups and preferences throughout the day. Good range of beers,...More
We were excited to see this place finally open after months of renovations. We went on a quiet evening and ordered a couple of drinks at the bar. As we finished our drinks I went back to the bar to ask for another round and...More
Went there for a few beers as I heard it had reopened. It's been taken over by the guys who run the stag. They have pretty much kept it as it was. The staff are very friendly and helpful. There is an amazing selection of...More
Went to the Magdala shortly after it reopened. We were pleased to hear that the owner of the nearby Stag does now also manage the Madgala, as we have been regulars at the Stag. We had lunch. While the staff was friendly and welcoming, the...More