Ferry Boat Inn, N17 9NG
- 020 8493 9341
- Ferry Lane, N17 9NG
- noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun
It's fairly traditional inside, with seating spread over a number of areas. They also have plenty of outside seating round the back in a rather nice beer garden full of trees and broken up with fences.
On Kake's August 2013 visit, the real ales were Cottage Brewing Goldrush and Greene King IPA; they also had Cobra, Kozel, and other lagers, plus Magners cider. A pint of lime and soda was £1.20.
As of August 2013, food is served noon-10pm Mon-Sat and noon-9:30pm Sun from a standard Stonegate menu. They have a children's menu photo 1, photo 2, including a "toddler option" for the under-3s and with a printed activity sheet on the back.
In August 2007 (under the old management) we tried the salmon, prawn and spring onion open sandwich (photo) (£4.75, served with salad leaves, perfectly competent for what it was and not overpriced) and the chicken and bacon sandwich (photo) (£5, served with chips). We liked the huge range of sauces and dressings, brought round on a tray by a staff member.
Accessibility: Step-free to get in, and step-free to the bar, interior seating, and toilets (including an accessible toilet with a pull-down baby change table).