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The Pied Bull, Streatham - pub details

Pied Bull
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Address: 498, Streatham High Rd, Streatham, London, SW16 3QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3671) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Streatham Common (0.3 miles), Streatham (0.5 miles), Norbury (0.7 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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Don’t normally write reviews but was flicking through the comments below and I think they are now every out-dated.

I have been drinking in the pub for over 30 years and have seen many a staff come and go but always had a pleasant experience with them.

The girls that are working on the bar at the moment are lovely; they will always make time for you and will stop and have a chat about anything.

I always bring my dog in and the bar staff went and bought her a special dog bowl. I have also noticed an elderly gentleman who comes into the pub has trouble walking and one of the members are staff will always take his drink to him.

The manager there at the moment is a great guy and all the regular customers and staff have a great rapport with him.

The beer is always off a great quality and I have no intention of ever changing my local pub.

Come and see for yourself what a lovely warm welcoming place the Pied Bull really is.


john98 - 26 Nov 2012 21:06
My partner, his elderly parents and I recently visited this pub on the recommendation of a friend who frequently visits the premises.

On arrival we found ourselves a table for four next to the open fire which was lit and blazing out a lovely amount of heat. On the table there was a small plant and a lit candle along with both food and drink menus. Very convenient.

I went to the bar to order some drinks and ask some questions I had about the menu. I was greeted by a girl (around the age of 18-24) who couldn’t have been more helpful. She suggested a lovely bottle of wine that would compliant the food and discussed at length about the selection of real ales they had to offer. She also asked if I would like a jug of water as well. She then helped me carry the round to our table even though it was busy.

She then came back to the table and took our food order again very helpful considering the pub was busy. When the food arrived we were shocked at how generous the portion sizes were for the money. I order the bangers and mash and my guests ordered the 3 different pies on the menu. The food was absolutely delicious and I just wished I’d saved room for pudding!

The facilities were stocked and the pub was very clean. I noticed the bar maid and her co worker looked like they were sharing a joke with a group of customers and they really looked conformable in there jobs.

This pub is a wonderfully welcoming tradition pub. The staff are very helpful and go out of their way to make sure you have an enjoyable evening. Will defiantly visit again.

Jane12345 - 21 Nov 2012 18:54
Two-roomed Youngs establishment next to a Sainsburys supermarket. I chose to sit in the lounge/restaurant. A couple of young bar staff were tucking into dinner, within which one had found a piece of plastic! The barman at work was struggling with a card payment. Only 2 Youngs beers were on - Special & Ordinary. On my way out, I passed through the bar. Unlike the modern lounge, which had obviously undergone the tasteless Youngs refurbishment, the bar looked as if it still retained a fair amount of character. My experience was fairly disappointing. But in hindsight, I should have tried the bar instead.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Sep 2012 21:08
i remember this pub in the 70s,when it was run by a very old lady,sorry cant remember her name,and they won pub of the year,and had a beer tent on the common just over the road...she would sit at the end of the bar(i think it was the bar on the left hand side)and wag her finger if you would would be served or not...i also remember that a one time british boxer used to run the pub,and then went to the jolly gardeners in mitcham or it might have been his mother that run it....but who cares ..it was a well run pub when i used it. the good old days when youngs was youngs.no rating not been in for 40 years
kevincarter - 25 Aug 2011 16:59
A real disappointment of a Youngs pub. Been in 3 times and each time service was terrible- see below reviews. Beer was sub-standard and there was almost no atmosphere. Never been in Friday night but from reviews below I really don't want to. Then again I don't want to go back anyway. There is a much better traditional local round the corner!
ralphholland - 25 Aug 2011 16:12

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