REVIEW: THE THREE CROWNS…

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Three Crowns in Stoke Newington is jammed packed every Sunday. We went along to check out the roasts and we were pleasantly surprised by the food although not so pleasantly surprised by the bill.
We all had the pork, but it’s worth mentioning there was also lamb, chicken and beef on offer, so a good selection. The pork was served with crackling, roast potatoes, red cabbage, root mash, Yorkshire pudding (ordered extra) and gravy. The roasts were good. Three pieces of thinly cut pork, lovely crackling, homemade apple sauce and very tasty gravy. The only thing that was missing was an extra choice of vegetable, a bit of broccoli or a carrot wouldn’t have gone a miss. The sweets all sounded great but we couldn’t fit anything else in so we asked for the bill…..
The pork roasts were £14 and an extra £1 for the Yorkshire pudding. And to be brutally honest although the roast was good,  we’d say it’s a little bit over priced.
The Three Crowns, 175 Stoke Newington, N16

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