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Woodies, New Malden - pub details

Woodies
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Address: Thetford Road, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 5DY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 258) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Malden Manor (0.6 miles), Berrylands (0.7 miles), New Malden (1 mile)

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Manor, Old Malden (0.6 miles), Berrylands, Berrylands (0.7 miles), Fountain, New Malden (0.7 miles), Watchman, New Malden (0.7 miles), Duke of Wellington, New Malden (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Come to this pub most weekends as it is a pleasant oasis in the suburban sprawl of south west London. Even some of the knuckle dragging locals with their aggressive hounds can't spoil it; however, the abrupt barman who barked at my 12yo old son "no children allowed at the bar" as he was waiting to help me carry the drinks outside have ensured lost customers. Of course the Licensing Act says no such thing, it is just the landlord's own made up rule but as it is clear they don't want children in the establishment I will happily go elsewhere. Obviously the landlord is too dense to realise that the margin on children's drinks is far more than on alcoholic ones.
ManuelOPere - 4 Jul 2016 17:27
haven't been here for 3/4 years,still an excellent place.veranda been added since my last visit which is great.still some outside seats too.enjoyed vast amounts of bowmans elderado beer.great 80s disco for my mates birthday,staff were excellent.is a bit of a walk to get to,but you can get a 265 bus to south lane from fountain roundabout.walk under the underpass,alleyway takes you to woodies and back to A3 bus stop 5 min walk.
hoppyal - 9 May 2016 11:39
This former cricket pavilion is a little off the beaten track. But it's worth going just to admire all of the sports memorabilia covering every inch of wall and ceiling space. Much of it centres around local teams such as Wimbledon and Fulham. The ale range is reasonably good and you can check what is available on their website. Yesterday there was Twickenham Naked Ladies & Sundancer, Weltons Heat Was In The Very Sod, Fullers London Pride & ESB, Adnams Broadside & Youngs Bitter. Cider was Wyld Wood. Food is served from a counter and is probably fairly popular, given the counter has its own staff. But there was a strong smell of fish. We weren't sure this place was open on arriving shortly after 11am yesterday. The door to the veranda was open. But the door to the bar was not. The veranda was nice and warm anyway! I'm not sure I'd hurry back here as it's a good 15-20 minute walk from either Malden Manor or Berrylands stations where trains are also fairly infrequent. In addition there's no other pubs nearby. The nearest place listed on here is the Manor, which is now a Co-Op!
blue_scrumpy - 17 Jan 2016 16:55
My second visit yesterday approx. 2 years after the first although I did not previously post a review. The interior remains unchanged with a choice of 6 ales with the walls and ceiling totally covered in sporting memorabilia. However a large covered and spacious verandah now sits to the front with further tables outside and these were proving popular in the sunshine. New toilets have also been installed very recently. Being a converted sports pavilion it has more of a feel of a social club than a pub but this is absolutely no criticism and I will certainly return.
yellowfever - 12 Apr 2015 18:59
I caanee ne say that this poob isnee nae gut. But what I can see is thaat this poob is a one, foor sure, that'll ginnee a wee tickup. By which, I mean, is a doozy of a wee tickler an ba thaat I meen is a wee powerrnify of a plase. Aye. Sure, as yo knew. Praper crafer nifty aye. Top daag, an thy after me doon. Cannae tell ye who mach tha plase a praaaper hammed aye, boot tis a preep greet cham. Chas/
albertfox - 19 Mar 2014 19:52

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