The Conquering Hero, Upper Norwood - pub details
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|On a passing visit, I thought this pub was quite a decent place to escape for a couple of hours|
A mixture of tradional with a more modern feel, was quiet when popped in here after work but def get the vibe of a locales pub.
Halloween theme just starting up and and events list so making an effort.
the_original_rawnsleys - 24 Oct 2011 11:36
|Decent but nothing remarkable. Always a superior alternative to fight night at the Rose and Crown round the corner.|
terenced - 1 Nov 2010 16:08
|Been here a few times recently. Good bitter - Courage and Deuchars well kept. Decent music and landlord has come round twice with free snacks when we've been there. Pleasant neighbourhood local - becoming all too rare these days.|
Harry_Horse - 31 Mar 2009 18:34
|Dropped in on during a crawl and moved to write a review. Well kept pint of Best, so stayed for a second one. And cheers for the free pancakes (happened to be shrove Tuesday) they were great too. Also nice enough interior and seemed quite a mellow atmosphere. |
pubinspector - 25 Feb 2009 13:37
|This is another one of those OK pubs Ė nothing very special about it but fair enough if you happen to be passing. Obviously originally a Courage pub, with some of the original tilework remaining outside. Rather nostalgically it had Courage Best on, but I went with the Deuchars IPA, which was pretty good. Another pub where I remember there being two separate bars. Itís a bit TARDIS-like; a fairly small frontage conceals a pub that goes back quite long way. They donít do food, which is a shame, though of course they will say that they donít get the call for it. |
One of my regular haunts in the days when pubs werenít open all day. A 5.30 PM Saturday opening time was very welcome when youíve watched Palace get beaten at home again and youíve spent 45 minutes or so walking uphill from Selhurst Park!
RexRattus - 19 Aug 2008 18:49