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Address: 78a, Streatham High Rd, London, SW16 1BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3787) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Streatham Hill (0.2 miles), Streatham (0.7 miles), Tulse Hill (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 25 users)
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Taylors and the Earl Ferrers (which is nearer to Streatham station) are the best 2 pubs in Streatham. The staff in Taylors are very friendly and it has a nice chilled out atmosphere. The food is really good (especially Sunday lunch) and there is a quiz night on Tuesdays. I would recommend this pub to anyone wanting a beer in the Streatham Hill area. They also do an alcoholic ginger beer called Franks which I think is nicer than Crabbies (not as sweet), I've not found this on sale in any other pub than Taylors.
foxhay - 7 Dec 2011 19:50
Think this place changed owners about six weeks ago.

Seemed fine when I went in today. Only one ale on tap - Young's bitter - which was 3 per pint and well kept.

Quiet but friendly clientele. Not sure about food as it was too late, but says it's served from midday.

Better than any other option in that stretch of the High Road.

J
duchyjim - 28 Jul 2010 18:04
This looks pretty awful from the outside - uninspiring frontage and, when I visited, some fairly unappetising looking people hanging about outside - but inside it was a different matter and I thought it was a friendly and welcoming place. Only one real ale that I could see (Young's - which was off), but the food smelled really tasty and there was a great mix of locals in there. Service was good and friendly and despite the weak ale provision I can see why this has a high average rating.
grecian - 3 Dec 2009 10:47
Great pub for a few drinks. A good no nonsense boozer, nice staff and good mix of customers. Food has got erratic.
jonjonjon - 17 Aug 2009 13:03
Very good Sunday roast, had lamb, great gravy. Would have qualified as a great sunday roast if there had been a bit more meat, thought it was a bit stingy in this respect although it was late in teh day and they may have been trying to make remainders stretch. Still no action on Jack Stamps next door.
mfawkner - 23 Sep 2008 14:22

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