The Falcon, Clapham Junction - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 295) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- TV, Sky TV, Big screen
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines (itbox)
- Food served, Real ale
- Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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5 most recent reviews of 255 shown - see all reviews
|Popped in after football at around 10.15pm on a Saturday evening and the pub was heaving.|
Several bar staff on so getting served wasn’t a problem.
I’ve always liked the Falcon since it’s been taken over by Nicholson’s as the beer choice is large and varied and on this visit it was no different.
We stayed for a couple of beers, first up was a pint of Drygate’s Gladeye IPA on cask followed by a bottle of Siren’s Undercurrent.
Another good visit to this near excellent pub.
lezford - 11 Jun 2016 12:26
|Tried it on a Sunday evening. Handsome old pub with lots of pumps which looked promising, but many of them were sadly unavailable. Bar staff were a bit below average too.|
Very handy for the station, but that's about it.
brrrrr - 20 Jan 2016 18:51
|As has been said a v. long bar with plenty of hand pumps, half to two-thirds in use when I called in. Very nice pint of Loch Lomond brewery Silkie Stout. I thought £4.15 was a bit steep though - but that was before I went in The Junction!|
ropey2 - 20 Nov 2015 19:10
|Handy for the station and usually busy. I'm not giving it more than 6/10 though because it keeps advertising itself based on an astonishing selection of ales, but it's no use if most of them are on.|
18 were advertised last night, but only I think 6 or 7 actually on (most of those standards - Doom Bar, Pride, Tribute etc.). I thought the quality of the beer was indifferent as well as did the people I was with. Not bad, but indifferent. 6/10.
mike_s - 6 Aug 2015 10:10
|An astonishing selection of real ales. A splendid looking pub.|
But last couple of times I've been in the quality of the beers have been very below par. Too much flotsam floating in the ales!
Also the staff could do with cheating up somewhat and treating customers as guests rather than somewhat unwanted visitors.
weecelt - 14 Apr 2015 18:32
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