The Trinity Arms, Brixton - pub details
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|Best pub in Brixton.|
captainbeer - 26 Jan 2015 01:41
|Popped in for my first visit on Friday night on my way to Brixton Academy.|
Old fashioned back street pub that has been refurbished and is now a very nice and welcoming Young's tied house
Usual range of Young's ales with the addition of Winter Warmer which at 5.0% was very good.
Busy & pretty trendy not what you would of thought a back street Brixton pub would of been like 10 years ago, now it’s more than norm than not in this area.
Stripped floor boards, books on the shelf, fancy wallpaper, food on offer, large coffee machine and very smart gents toilets…no wonder this pub features in the Good Beer Guide.
All in all a very pleasant pub and just a stone’s throw from Brixton station.
lezford - 24 Nov 2014 14:19
|Probably the best pub in the area - I go quite frequently before attending gigs at the Brixton Academy and never been disappointed. |
One word of caution: went back for a Sunday roast recently and was deeply underwhelmed with the food. Rubbery mean portions, and tasteless veg.
enfilade - 16 Nov 2014 19:12
|Went here last night for GF's birthday drinks and a bite to eat (booked a table ahead).|
First impressions, I liked the place. Beer (Youngs Blonde) was good quality, nice qwerky furnishings and surroundings. Nice little secret beer garden at the back, nice atmosphere and good service behind the bar (although some of my friends had different experiences). Back to the beer, its a Youngs pub, so standard Special/Bitter/Golden (replaced by Blonde on this occasion - nice summer pint), not my favourite brewery but still good, although a tad pricey at 3.94 a pint i felt.
Food. Now this is where it goes a bit wonky. If this pub, or the brewery, really want this pub to have any kind of future in serving food, please fire the chef. Buck stops there. Communication between bar and kitchen seems a bit non-existent. Also when taken separate orders from the same table (paying separately) it might make sense to note its from the same table, i.e. maybe the folks want it to come out at the same time? Initially told a half hour wait.
45 mins later mine + GF's food turned up. Cold, portion size a bit mean - basically not real your moneys worth. When I'm paying 75p extra for cheese in a burger, I don't want a frikking plastic cheese slice (that hadn't even melted - almost added on as an afterthought on the service plate).
By the time we'd finished the other guys (4 others) still hadn't got their food (were asked about 20 mins in if it was ok to substitute mash with chips). It took an hour. Pies were not upto scratch (potentially microwaved) and we had to get our money back (which in fairness they did, no quibble).
Problem was it had ruined what was supposed to be a good night out.
Trinity, you've got a lot of potential, but certainly won't be eating again for a while. Don't delay, fire the chef!
thedazzler - 29 May 2014 10:38
|I visited on Tuesday night on route to the Academy and must say what a find, it had a great local feel and was quite buzzy with a few eccentric regulars and pre gig diners & drinkers, Meantime's Sundown was the guest & perfectly kept it was too! I must say how impressed I was by the two young ladies running the bar, they were great, friendly & attentive in a quiet and reassuring way.....they just got on with it, customer care was clearly top of their list and it should, we felt well looked after and will definitely return next time we're in Brixton, Well done The Trinity Arms a perfect 10|
Redjont - 31 Oct 2012 09:35
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