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Address: 151 St John's Hill, St Johns Hill, London, SW11 1TQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38053) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wandsworth Town (0.5 miles), Clapham Junction (0.5 miles), Wandsworth Common (1.2 miles)

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user reviews of Churchills, St Johns Hill

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A decent little boozer. Good selection of draft reals ales and lagers at sensible prices. Friendly bar staff and a mixture of clientele.
Masterpint47 - 20 Feb 2014 22:01
A Fizzy lager pub looking pub a few doors down from the Beehive.

Busy with a mixed crowd, Female Singer on stage, who to be honest was that not that bad actually.

Thai food was being served which smelt & looked good but there was nowhere to sit so we couldn't eat and ended up leaving after 1 pint in search of food.
lezford - 7 Feb 2014 09:20
One of two long-standing pubs that bookend St John's Hill with the Beehive at the other end. I've been around here long enough to remember when this was the Prince's Puzzle (as I recall, from a previous phase of the Puzzle Group, when they were going for a more bijou Firkin kinda thing, rather than taking over huge corner-houses and homogenising them) but it's been Churchills for years now.

It's been very much the same pub for years too: a locals' pub, long and narrow, seats and a garden towards the back, past the bar. It might look a bit intimidating as you first step in the door, but it's worth persevering. Rough and ready for sure, but also relaxed and even friendly at heart. Usually full for Chelsea games, but the banter's cheerful rather than threatening should you not be a Blue yourself. From what I've seen, the management have a zero-tolerance policy towards serving the tipsy, the reeling and the drop-down pissed, which indicates a well-run ship.

Only London Pride as far as ales go (though a decent enough pint of it). This hasn't always been the case - I had a few very fine pints of Tribute as recently as 2008, and I'm sure I recall an even wider range before that.

I've never tried the Thai food, but it's seriously popular and has been for as long as I can remember, so I reckon they're probably doing something right there too.
alesofsummer - 5 Apr 2010 14:19
pretty decent local; mixed clientele, reasonably good thai food and has sky sports. bit less pretentious than some nearby places but without being in any way chavvy/pikey.
mps77 - 27 Oct 2009 17:13

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