The Old Bull & Bush is a stylish, modern pub, bar and restaurant that provides the ideal setting to indulge, drink and socialise, no matter what the occasion.
Renovated to the highest standard, this stylish contemporary pub also offers an impressive selection of fine food, beers, wines and ales every day of the week.
With its beautiful interiors and inviting outdoor terrace, The Old Bull & Bush offers the perfect destination to enjoy a quiet drink with friends, a light lunch with a co-worker, or a spot of al fresco dining when the sunshine eventually breaks through the clouds.
All of our menus have been carefully designed to accommodate your dining requirements in terms of both taste and budget. From light bites to classic favourites, our superb selection of freshly made dishes are prepared using only the freshest, seasonal ingredients.
From delicious pizzas, salads, and hearty sandwiches, through to Sunday roasts, sharing platters and scrumptious deserts, our menus feature something for everyone.
The Old Bull & Bush is located near Hampstead Heath in North West London.
A smoke free establishment, this contemporary pub features an inviting outdoor terrace, a stylish bar, and a unique dining space, as well as ample car parking spaces.
Located a quarter of a mile from Bull and Bush Underground station, The Old Bull & Bush is located opposite the famous Golders Hill Park. Other underground stations nearby include Golders Green, which is 0.6 miles away and Hampstead, which is 0.9 miles away.
If you’re travelling by train, Cricklewood Railway station is 27 minutes away or West Hempstead Station is 29 minutes away.
Popular with weekend walkers, this pleasant pub is close to the grassy hills of The Heath, providing the perfect location to tuck into some hearty dishes to fuel your walk. The Old Bull & Bush also welcomes your furry friends, so after you’ve enjoyed a brisk walk, why not cosy up in front of an open fire, warm up and relax with a delicious light bite from our lunch menu?
A haven for local wildlife, The Health also has a number of natural swimming lakes, attracting swimmers during the warmer months and The Old Bull & Bush is the perfect location to enjoy a refreshing drink on the outdoor terrace when the temperature rises.
If you’re familiar with the song ‘Down at the Old Bull and Bush’, it was actually written about our lovely wartime pub! If you haven’t heard it yet, make sure you have a listen – you’ll find it here. The iconic music hall song, sung by Florrie Forde, was written about the pub after it gained a music licence when Henry Humphries was the landlord in 1867 and became a popular day trip destination for cockneys.