Salt Bar1 Roxeth Hill
This was one of London’s Real Heritage Pubs, Harrow’s oldest traditional pub, established in 1862 (and named after the shape of a local pond) and rebuilt in 1893, has half-timbered ornamental plasterwork with stained glass and etched windows. Three rooms – public, snug and lounge – surround a central bar. It has a covered and heated courtyard with former draymen’s stables. Formally a Royal Brewery house, it was the venue of the first public enquiry into Britain’s first fatal road accident in 1899. Following a period of closure, it reopened in May 2015 as a Authentic Indian Grill, Courtyard Shisha Lounge and Lounge Bar with In-House DJ.