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Address: 14 Staplehurst Road, Hither Green, London, SE13 5NB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 577) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hither Green (0 miles), Lee (0.7 miles), Ladywell (1 mile)

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My first visit to the Station for over 20 years, so as it appears in the Good Beer Guide for the last 2 years I thought I had better visit and give my own opinion.

10pm on Saturday night and out of the 11 hand pumps there were 7 ales on with 3 of them coming from Timothy Taylor, My pint of landlord was very good.

Busy with all of the punters either sat or standing in the pub part with the food area being empty.
At least 4 bar staff on which meant there was no waiting to be served. Music playing, darts on the television’s (on silent).

I quite enjoyed my visit to the station but I will return as I think the pub has more to offer especially as on this visit I was at least 10 pints in & quite tired.

lezford - 12 Jan 2016 12:34
This is a large pub for drinkers and diners alike, adjacent to Hither Green station. The pub section was very busy yesterday evening with many watching live football. There was no room to sit and very little standing space either. Even getting to the bar was a challenge. The dining area was much quieter. Although it appears this is reserved for diners only. Plenty of staff to serve when you can finally manage an opening to the bar. Handpulls are spread all along the length of the bar, making choices difficult once you've finally found the opening. But I did manage to establish that yesterday's selection was Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, Purity Mad Goose, Jennings Cockle Warmer, Wychwood Piledriver, Dark Star Winter Meltdown, Timothy Taylor Landlord, St Austell Tribute & Castle Rock Harvest Pale. Cider was Thatchers Heritage. I'm not sure if I'll ever have cause to visit Hither Green again. But if I do, I'll pay this pub another visit.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2015 19:11
All well and good having 6 real ales on, but only if there is a demand for it.
MSE12 - 11 Dec 2012 09:51
The new licencees have done a complete refit and refurbish, adding a dining area and creating a decent garden at the back. Six real ales routinely on tap. Good food at reasonable prices for what you get, which is posh versions of pub staples, sharing platters and gastropub meals. Service is considerably more welcoming to new patrons than previously. The fact that the place is now routinely full even on weeknights suggests they've judged their market right in an area that for better or worse is continuing to gentrify.
ocelot - 15 Nov 2012 22:58
This re-opened last week after being shut for gentrification - its a pretty extensive refurb with doors to previously inaccessible outside area, wood floors etc.

A pint of lager has gone up by about 40p. The food menu is quite extensive but not cheap - £9.95 for a burger and chips.

Not sure if they will continue to show football on Saturdays and Sundays - I suspect not .
wifebeater - 8 Aug 2012 17:44

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