The Alice House
London-North and Northwest London
May 11, 2018
Located inside what could convincingly pass for London’s version of the famous Flatiron Building in New York City, The Alice House is a smart, airy gastropub crammed with mismatched wooden tables, exposed brick walls and dripping with filament lightbulbs. The atmosphere is modern, yet charmingly rustic at the same time, and the food menu can only be described as British gastropub cuisine – all locally-sourced, of course. If you’ve just come to The Alice House for drinks, take a seat in one of the comfy leather armchairs and peruse the menu, crammed with an international wine selection and several house and premium spirits. There’s also lots of inventive cocktails, such as the Liberty Sour (scotch, lemon, spirit syrup, licorice and egg white), The Duke (vodka, apple, cinnamon, lemon, almond syrup and fennel seeds) and the Somerset Fizz (5-year-old cider brandy, masala chai syrup, lemon, cider and egg white), as well as a fruity gin punch that comes served in a teapot. When it comes to beer and cider, The Alice House stocks an impressive range of craft brews, both on draught and bottled – offering the perfect accompaniment to the posh pub grub specials of Scotch eggs, burgers, sausage rolls and fish & chips.