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Pratts and Payne, Streatham - pub details

Previously called: The Goose

Pratts and Payne
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Address: 103 Streatham High Road, London, SW16 1HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6210) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Streatham (0.3 miles), Streatham Hill (0.6 miles), Streatham Common (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 16 users)
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It's clean, bright, good selection of ales with good customer service. But where's the soul? A perfectly honest pub but I prefer the White Lion or Leigham Arms down the road.
Tourmalet - 24 Mar 2015 13:50
update to my review below - menu has been completely poncified. there's a burger on there but you won't get change from 11.50 and the other dishes are all of the "pistachio encrusted swordfish" variety. Still a great quiz and excellent selection of ales though.
TommyRogers1979 - 14 Aug 2014 07:15
Went into the new place last weekend and I have to say I was very impressed. Great wine and ale (very reasonably priced too!), lovely decor and a good atmosphere. Well done to the new management. Going again tonight and hoping to try the food!!
TommyRogers1979 - 12 May 2012 19:15
Never went to the Goose, so can't make much of a comparison between then and what Antic has done to the place.
However, from a fresh pair of eyes, seemed okay inside. Wooden floors, mixture of furniture to give it a dated chic look, and properly cavernous. Toilets upstairs and far from disgusting.
More importantly, though, there were six ales on. The one I tried (forget the name) was 3.30 for a pint, tasted in particularly decent nick, and came in a handled tankard, so bonus points for that.
At 7pm on a Friday evening it was reasonably busy and the music just about on the bearable side of holding a conversation across the table.
Promising start.
duchyjim - 16 Mar 2012 22:52
Re-opened on Fri 9 Mar. The interior is still a barn but the raised area has been removed and the bar now runs along the back walll to the right. The new decor is an eclectic mix of fifties and sixties stuff I think, with a mix of bigger and smaller tables. Toilets seem much improved. It was busy on both the Fri and Sat nights with a young to middle aged crowd. Half a dozen real ales on including Haviestoun Bitter and Twisted, a Mild, Jaipur IPA, Adnams IPA - I had a couple of pints of the mild on Saturday and it was in good order. Food marked up on a board but not too much sign of it at 10pm on Saturday. No garden so smokers tend to go out front to the side alley. No telly or machines but piped music which reverberates off the walls and uncarpeted floor. Has promise.
SimonM - 12 Mar 2012 21:31

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