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The Wheatsheaf, Tooting Bec - pub details

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Address: 2 Upper Tooting Rd, London, SW17 7PG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 475) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tooting Bec (0.1 miles), Tooting Broadway (0.7 miles), Balham (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Balham (0.7 miles), Wandsworth Common (0.8 miles), Tooting (1.2 miles)

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Smoke Bar And Diner, Tooting (0.1 miles), Kings Head, Tooting (0.1 miles), Bec Bar, Tooting Bec (0.1 miles), Mayfair Tavern, Tooting (0.3 miles), Rose and Crown, Tooting Bec (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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The Wheatsheaf is situated at a prominent intersection opposite Tooting Bec tube station. It enjoys a corner location with large windows making it a good spot for people watching. The ale range wasn''t the best in London - East London Brewery Jamboree, Dark Star Original & Partridge & Twickenham Sundancer. Service was good. A decent option if in the area.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Aug 2017 10:26
Been in two or three times recently and I really liked it.

A decent selection of real ale on, from light to dark and a decent menu too.

This is way way better than the Kings Head up the road!
Ade.The.Raider - 11 Apr 2017 22:44
An awful pub, still spit , sawdust and urine. More shabby than chic. Smart arsed staff to match the yummy mummy factor.

Go to the Rose and Crown or King's Head instead.
ROBERTA - 23 Jul 2013 17:08
Called in early evening for a quiet couple of pints and a read. Had a great couple of pints (Harvey's Best and Harviestoun Bitter and Twisted). Had four more beers on the go too which was good to see. Staff not exactly the friendliest and getting a bit bored of the formulaic vintage tat of the antic chain. A beautiful building like this deserves better but at least the place is still open! I'd still go back for the beer though.
aj74 - 16 May 2013 16:21
This still remains a favourite of mine. The food seems to have come into it's own and is now top notch. The beer is well kept and an excellent selction. It also seems to draw a surprisingly high caliber of comedian to the comedy night. Strange for zone 3 but there you go.

As for the bar staff yeah it can be a real mixed bag. Sometimes I've been served with a smile, good banter and efficiency other times the beer seems to have come from the brewery rather than the cellar for all the speed it's delivered and from the look on the bar staffs face you'd think they'd had to walk there and back.
theoneandonlyjoe - 10 Sep 2012 16:30

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