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Address: Telegraph Road, Putney Heath, London, SW15 3TU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4390) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest tube station Southfields (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Putney (1 mile), Barnes (1.5 miles), Earlsfield (1.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 83 users)
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Only sat outside but had a very pleasant summers evening pint here the other day. Would be a bit of a bugger to find but a mate knew where he was going on our bicycle pub crawl. Good ale, big interior, and looked like they'd know what they were doing food wise. Will go back one sunday lunch to sample the fare!!
TommyRogers1979 - 25 Aug 2014 21:52
Big disappointment. Apart from the food and the big screen TV, it fails to meet the expectations set by its gushing website. Not easy to get to so you'd think they'd make the effort to get their beers right but when I went (on a Thursday) they were poor: a good selection of four but not well kept, all were flat. I ended up drinking wine (!) with the meal because I couldn't face another flat pint and the wine list's not great either. Toilets need some TLC. Service was average but friendly, the food was not bad, it had free wi-fi and prices are reasonable so I'll rate it 6 instead of a 4 for the beers alone.
Garganey - 2 Mar 2014 22:09
As a pub this place aint bad.But due to recent experience i feel it my duty to convey to you that the reception,dinning facility needs serious management changes and at the moment is totally out of the question.
easystep73 - 6 Jan 2014 10:42
We booked the Telegraph to hold our wedding reception on a Saturday and asked that it be ready for us to set up and decorate that morning. When we got there the previous nights party had left all their decorations up and it was filthy. My family and I had to spend hours cleaning the venue and taking down their junk...which was NOT how I wanted to spend my wedding morning.

The manager says he'll do one thing, but turns out to be pretty unhelpful, vague and lies to reassure and doesn't deliver! I had given the Manager all our details and requirements, but I don't think he can cope with the role very well.

When we actually got there, the staff had written that the room was booked from 6pm, meaning guests had to wait around in the rest of the pub, despite the rroom actually being booked all day.

The food was nice and the staff were nice enough, although upon leaving a waiter asked what to do with the few remaining bits we were leaving there until the morning...and seemed to be rather rude towards the Bride as I left!

When my family went to collect our decorations, someone had stolen most of our pom-poms and our handmade bunting was in the bin.

This pub does not seem to take note of the simple requirements you need in order to have a smooth event...arriving to a dirty and decorated room is NOT one of them.
It was a foolish move too as they would've got a generous tip had the process gone smoothly, but as it was, the delay in us setting up caused my wedding day to begin stressful and sad.

I WILL NEVER RETURN to the Telegraph Pub in Putney...

Ceebeanie - 22 Sep 2013 09:50
Nice pub. Recently refurbished. Great in summer when you can sit outside in the summer, or in winter by the fire.

Beers change on a regular basis depends on supplier.

Staff always friendly. Food good and not badly priced. Its not the usual pub food that you get with a chain such as youngs, worth the price.

Give the pub a go, I dont think you will be disappointed.
chrisinnes - 2 Jan 2013 16:01

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