The Rose and Crown on Highgate High Street is one of the oldest pubs in North London and is of significant historic interest.
Frequented so often by royalty in the 17th and 18th Centuries that the back bar was famously dubbed the 'Royal Box', the Rose & Crown has been resurrected under new management.
This Grade II listed public house has undergone a sophisticated and contemporary refurbishment, creating an intimate and refined destination restaurant complete with a separate bar for those that just fancy a drink. Stylish yet subtle in design, diners can expect a special yet relaxed atmosphere. The garden is a popular summer destination.
The Rose and Crown has been listed and recommended in the prestigious Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland 2010 and the Michelin London Guide for Hotels & Restaurants 2010 and is the Guide's highest rated restaurant in the Highgate and Hampstead areas.
The Rose and Crown was also voted the Best British restaurant in the South East in the Archant London Food & Drink Awards 2009.