One of Britains 450,000 Grade II listed building, Nico’s at The Black Horse holds much history dating back to 1700’s.
Since 1700's when the building was built, this place has been the heart of Eastcote where it was originally a timber merchants before it became an Inn to accommodate travellers that were traveling along the busy High Road. Serving drinks and food and seeing many faces day in and day out, The Black Horse accommodated hundreds of people over the years.
A book written by Andy P Weller, Friends of Eastcote House Community Archive about the oldest pub in Eastcote, The Black Horse. Read about the history, gory murders and lightning available to buy from Nico's at The Black Horse. All proceeds will go to the author and Eastcote House Archive.
What our customers think...
"A place to sit back and take in the surrounding to appreciate the historical building, with a nice local ale."
This is a superb social event for those who love homemade Indian food with a Kenyan influence, made by you.
A jiko is a charcoal burning stove used for cooking found in many homes around Kenya and for the ultimate pizza experience.