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Address: 117, Burnt Ash Hill, London, SE12 0AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6434) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lee (0.5 miles), Grove Park (1 mile), Hither Green (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 27 users)
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Summerfield, Lee (0.1 miles), Dutch House, Eltham (0.6 miles), Lord Northbrook, Lee (0.6 miles), Baring Hall Hotel, Grove Park (0.8 miles), Edmund Halley, Lee (0.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Can't believe that nobody has reviewed this'boozer' for nearly five years and all the money spent on it's re-vamp. In a nutshell , to walk in and discover overnight the pub has decided to ramp up up the price of a pint of Guinness from 5 05 to 5.25 beggars belief.. Already the price was beyond that charged in most boozers in town despite its location beside a friendly local council estate next door. To put this in perspective, the Station charges 4.40 a pint. The local Spoons, if you want to go there, over £2 cheaper. This is an obscene way to treat local customers. Only driving them away to drink elsewhere. Clearly the emphasis is now to attract punters to eat in the restaurant, having spent a fortune on the expansion for dining, although even that experience is hit and miss. Look after your Community!!!!
curleysue - 20 Mar 2018 22:39
Been here a few time's but not for 6-7 years.Beer is not bad but what is going on with the managers.I have never seen such disgusting behavior towards customers and then staff.It may be another 6-7 years before i return...
beeron - 18 Jun 2013 17:32
Visited lunchtime today; Youngs Special was very well kept and tasty. We only had sandwiches and a bowl of chips foodwise but they were fine! Main menu looked slightly pricey but I'd definitely return here. Nice big basic boozer!
TEL3 - 21 Mar 2013 16:46
Went in here for a cup of Christmas cheer on the 24 Dec. Their 'Crown Christmas Ale' was in an appalling condition and the Winter Warmer was in very poor form. Stick to the bottles, clearly they don't clean the pipes out. Also bring plenty of cash, a large Shiraz and a pint of cack- £10.20. Clearly this place thinks it's in the middle of the West End or something. This place used to be well run house a few years back, clearly something has gone very wrong. It certainly has a 'half-arsed' feel to it.
planky84 - 5 Jan 2013 16:06
Whilst also a Youngs pub, this was a world away from our previous pub, the Catford Ram. The 2 young girls behind the bar were busy doing menial tasks, such as wiping the dust off all of the wine, spirits and whiskey bottles. Meanwhile, the Liberation Ale pumpclip was still showing despite it running out the previous evening. I may be being hyper-critical. But shouldn't the priority be to change the beer, or at least turn the clip round? The remaining beers were Youngs Ordinary, Special & London Gold. The pub has a lovely interior, reminiscent of a hotel. Jazz music was being played fairly loud. We were the first customers of the day. Another couple appeared before we left.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Aug 2012 20:03

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