From Our Editors
Opened in June 2014 by brothers Ian and David Macintosh, Heirloom is a restaurant serving quality food to the guests in Crouch End. New menus are introduced regularly, allowing visitors to enjoy the flavours of the changing seasons combined with modern British cuisine. The kitchen team source the ingredients from across Britain and Europe with fresh herbs, vegetables and edible flowers supplied from their private garden.
Food excellent, service personal and charming. Only criticism was the length of time we had to wait for each course- it was long!
Very good seasonal cooking. Excellent cocktails and wine list including affordable and good English wine. What more could you want from a local restaurant?
Excellent, cocktails, food, atmosphere - highly recommend! Thank you for a fabulous evening
I’ve been asked to ‘share a tip with others’. My only tip is to simply not go there.
Avoid at all costs.
If in the vicinity and find yourself hungry, frequent the many other restaurants in the area.
Undercooked fish with slimy skin served with a boiled potato, starter of boiled leek in tasteless dribble of broth.
This chef loves to boil/broil every ingredient.
Luckily we were refunded....never again
Fabulous deal! Had a lovely meal and hope to return.
Food was incredible!
Service was impeccable!
100% returning with others. Especially as the menu hanged daily, depending upon what is in season. Therefore there will always be new dishes to try out!
Very nice food and service!!!