Beaten Docket, Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood

Location and opening hours

Beaten Docket
Address:
Beaten Docket, 50-56 Cricklewood Broadway, Cricklewood
London  NW2 3ET
Telephone:
+44 (0) 208 450 2972
Opening hours:
Sunday 8 AM–11 PM   Monday 8 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 8 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 8 AM–11 PM   Thursday 8 AM–11 PM   Friday 8 AM–midnight   Saturday 8 AM–midnight
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Trains:
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This pub has cocktails, a food menu, serves real ale, vegetarian dishes, wireless internet access, wi-fi.

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Momtaz is a Lebanese restaurant in Cricklewood Broadway, less than ¼ mile from Beaten Docket

Mango Grills is a cheap Lebanese restaurant at 58 Cricklewood Broadway, less than ¼ mile away. Mango Drills is a Lebanese restaurant, seating arund 60. The restaurant had good disabled access.

Lihiniya is an Indian restaurant in Cricklewood Broadway, less than ¼ mile from Beaten Docket, and provides takeaway and sells vegetarian dishes

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