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Address: 56 Elder Road, West Norwood, London, SE27 9ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32714) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations West Norwood (0.5 miles), Gipsy Hill (0.7 miles), Sydenham Hill (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 14 users)
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I have only been here a few times, but its an absolutely lovely pub, just a short walk up from the fried chicken and hoodie hovel of Norwood Road and Knights Hill. Pleasent barstaff and a lovely garden. Never been in when its had more than 2 other people in there, but imagine it would be a good atmosphere with a good crowd in there. A nice change from some of the airless ponce fests up in Crystal Palace. Moving away soon so will miss this place.
rovers74 - 26 Jul 2012 14:44
This pub is very welcoming to pleasant kids, I had a party here recently, included 3 babies and a toddler. Then again their parents have manners and enjoy their kids company. Unlike some who drag their buggies in, order hot chocolate and allow the kiddies to run around screaming and throwing stuff all over the place. It's not a blooming creche it's a pub with a nice mellow atmosphere! This is a lovely place for a drink with pleasant staff, who thankfully take no ***p. I'd recommend it to anyone. Redlegs.
redlegsinsoho - 14 Apr 2011 16:01
I'm puzzled by the comments that children aren't welcome in the pub. I went in there the other day, and there were three or four children in there, and the staff were fine about it. But I've also been in there when parents have treated the place as a free creche, and made no effort to stop their children shrieking and running around, and the staff have had to have a quiet word with the selfish parents. Personally, i think it's a very friendly pub overall, with a good quiz night, and a good area out the back for smokers.
bagshaw92 - 21 Mar 2011 16:21
This pub has attractive decor and is placed in reasonably attractive surroundings. However due to the location it doesn't get much passing trade and can often seem empty (even on a friday night). Which is why it is surprising that the welcome from staff and proprietor is remarkably less than warm. Children are definitely not welcome but they do have a good selection of board games.
youngberry - 21 Dec 2010 17:54
A real shame, this place had potential. The refurb was ok. The pizza's are nice if a bit over priced. Being this far from the beaten track they'll struggle to gain much passing trade, hence it is almost always empty as its been for long time now. You think they would rely on providing a good customer experience, unfortunaley they don't bother. No real effort made, and kids are not welcome here in contrast to what they say on their website.
th4tch - 26 Jul 2010 15:40

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