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Queens Head, Mitcham

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This pub closed for good about two weeks ago. Unfortunately despite the best efforts of the previous landlady trade just wouldn't pick up no doubt this was because of the appalling state of the decor & toilets not to mention the garden, upholstery held together with duct tape, rotten bitter and threadbare carpet.
Naturally had the brewery Shepherd Neame wanted to keep the place going they'd have given some support to the Tennant but no they just let it die and boarded it up. It was OK for a quiet pint but alas it'll just be another soulless poorly constructed block of flats soon.
Beirneandsons - 23 Mar 2016 15:42
popped in here before going to see tooting and mitcham play down the road. this pub is a bit 'spit and saw dust' but its does the job ok. dont understand why some boozers insist on having all the curtains drawn during the day though, was very dark and dingy. stepping back out into day light was a bit disorientating
CHELSEA_on_tour - 7 Nov 2014 14:00
Went in as says Shepherd Neame pub .... took one sip of my pint of Spitfire and walked out as anybody who is willing to sell beer that poorly kept is not going to give a refund. Avoid!!!!
sgstrummer - 3 Aug 2014 22:43
With so many pubs closed in mitcham,glad this one is still going.Good sheps beer enjoyed.
talesofthebar - 29 Nov 2013 17:16
I'm surprised by this pub's low rating. It's a Shepherd Neame pub and I did get a few strange looks from the locals when entering. But I thought it was a fine example of a community local, thriving with a loyal clientele. Maybe my memories are tainted by the fact that this was my 12th and final pub of the day. But my Bishop's Finger (the other ale was Master Brew) was fine and whilst I normally hate having live music forced upon me in a pub, the female performer was quite good. Although again, this may have been the beer and cider talking. For a classic example of a community local, look no further than this pub in Mitcham. For a better ale range, try the White Lion of Mortimer. Even better - try both.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Nov 2012 21:14
was a good pub untill the new landlord jed took over... total fucking mug who thinks his the bee's knee's with his gammy fucking leg, aint got a clue how to run a pub
dino88 - 11 Aug 2011 17:25
Up for sale. . Ray & barber will go bust if a new tennet is not found.
Dino2000 - 17 Sep 2010 19:30
Full of mincers who like unforms....ovepriced sup with no flavour. Please petrol bomb asap. Dreadfull tossers.

mortimerfluff - 20 Jun 2010 12:01
Not all that bad a hostelry. Seems a very locals place, not the sort of place you can easily pop in or by very easily anyway. But im a local myself.
Has a digital jukebox on offer, very rare these days. Fun and friendly atmosphere on a Saturday night, a decent alternative to the Goat down the road
the_original_rawnsleys - 16 Mar 2010 10:32
the fish and chips on a friday are the best in the business.

tamjumper - 29 Oct 2007 11:18
Sounds like your decribing the coppers anoymous from 1 MAr 2007
duncd - 6 Sep 2007 14:10
A bit odd, but I quite like it nonetheless. Had a dodgy pint there the other week, but it was changed with no dramas.
Ramone - 13 Jun 2007 13:40
the people who drink in here think they are hard dont look at them in the wrong way because they are that thick they will instantly think you want to fight them this place should have been shut a long time ago used to be good years ago but now only thick inbreads drink in ther what a shame!
anonymous - 1 Mar 2007 02:24
the pigs drink in here so be careful of having any self criminating conversations in here as its not only the walls that have big ears
anonymous - 31 Aug 2005 15:51

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