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The Waterfront, Streatham - pub details

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Address: 426 - 428 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 5NJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1616) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Streatham (0.3 miles), Streatham Common (0.4 miles), Norbury (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 43 users)
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Visited Thursday evening. Quite large with wooden tables and seats. Music moving towards decent ska and only slightly intrusive. No real ales on tap and nothing obvious bottled. Both Camden Pale Ale and Camden Hells were off so had a Swiss 1963 biere. An above average selection of lagers. Didn't have any food. Staff friendly and got busier as the evening went on.
Looper23 - 21 Aug 2014 20:13
Modern bar opposite Streatham common.Me and the wife enjoyed the 2 pizza and a bottle of wine for £20,last night.Very good pizza.Service and cleanest fine.
talesofthebar - 9 Jul 2013 16:24
Visited on 5 April with two friends and my baby twins. This is one of my local pubs and I thought we would have a good pizza and a chat there.

We got there around 1:30, the pub was empty and the music so loud it was impossible to have a conversation. My friend asked the barman to please turn the volume down but he was very rude and basically ignored her request. I tried asking him a few minutes later and he said 'What? Even more?!' He seemed really bothered by our request, as if we were spoiling his party. What an incredibly rude attitude, not doing the pub a great service, especially as it was empty and I imagine it badly needs customers to keep it going.

Later the delivery guys arrived with beer barrels and more, they made a hell of a lot of noise and kept the door open for ages on a day when it was freezing cold. No apologies for the inconvenience from staff of course!

Overall it was such an unpleasant experience that it put me off visiting again, even if the pizza is great. Such a shame that the staff is so rude.
Mimi13 - 6 Apr 2012 13:22
Pizza's great.
2 for 1 cocktails every day 6pm to 8pm great.

Bar staff the worst in the whole of London. This is no joke they are rude, agressive, unfriendly and ruin this venue.

Definitely give it a miss, until the owners sort this out.
jakehardy - 1 Apr 2012 23:29
normally an ok venue with good pizza's and an ok selection of beers and wine. I strongly advise you to steer well clear on a friday evening. They have an unbelievably rubbish dorman who is working to his own agenda. Rude and abusive to people he does not know and his mates getaway with murder. If the manager thinks that having staff like that is in anyway helpfull to his business then he must think again. Also the toilets where the most disgusting i have ever seen. Very similar to scene in trainspotting. I will be avoiding this pub like the plague... A real shame for the people behind this pub as it used to be so much better .
Clockwork - 14 Dec 2009 13:59

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