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Royal Oak
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Address: 135 East Hill, Wandworth, London, London, SW18 2QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 393) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wandsworth Town (0.3 miles), Earlsfield (1 mile), Clapham Junction (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 22 users)
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user reviews of the Royal Oak, Wandsworth

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5 most recent reviews of 24 shown - see all reviews

What an odd place. Looks alright on the outside, pretty swish but get inside and it's drab city. Clearly bored barmaid poring tired old lager into a stained glass. Yeah not entirely thrilling I can tell you.

Food wasn't on, ale wasn't on, bogs were advertising some film from Jan '08 and it was filled with Arsenal fans watching a bore draw against Spurs. **Wow that's probably the most boring sentance anyone has written in the history of humanity**

I don't say this often but this place is a dog. Not in the same way as the Spreadeagle down the road but in a tired, last legs, can't be arsed way.

Leave it guys, leave it.

Thumbs Up, London Calling.
London_Calling - 11 Feb 2009 17:22
It was empty in here on Saturday afternoon which may have had something to do with the pub showing the Setanta football sports feed on the projector rather than Englandís first six nations match. Iím not sure whose bright idea that was as most pubs in the area were heaving.

I found the barmaid to be very nice, but £3.80 for a pint of Staropramen is a bit excessive. There is an ale pump, but it was off during my visit.

There is also a dartboard around the back, but I donít think that Iíll ever be playing on it as I doubt Iíll bother with this place again.
Strongers - 10 Feb 2009 08:40
Only a small pub but I love it. Friendly bar staff, big screen TV for sport, good food and Black Sheep on tap. Well worth dropping in for a couple of pints and a chat, maybe play a few board games or just to read the papers. Some Friday and Saturday nights it gets booked out for private parties as it's the perfect size. Good Quiz on Thursday nights. (I sound like I work there but really just live too close).
pezza132 - 29 Jan 2008 17:02
This is a gorgeous little place. With comfy sofas, candles on tables and the fire lit its very cosy in the evenings.

Owner and manager are always friendly and some very amusing regulars!! Have often found myself losing several hours here on a lazy afternoon. Will definately be back :)
anonymous - 25 Nov 2007 21:34
this little place is alright staff seem down to earth wicked djs in ere been a couple of times vibes r good and good music if your looking a nite out at the weekend!
anonymous - 9 Jul 2007 01:51

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