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The Leather Bottle, Wimbledon Chase - pub details

Leather Bottle
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Address: 277 Kingston Road, London, SW19 3NW [map]

Tel: 020 8542 7490

Nearest tube stations Wimbledon (0.7 miles), South Wimbledon (0.8 miles), Morden (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Wimbledon Chase (0.4 miles), Wimbledon (0.6 miles), South Merton (0.6 miles)

Chain: John Barras

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Pub added by anne. Last visited on 8th Sep 2004 by dsf. Suggested by scott on 10 Sep 2004.

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user reviews of the Leather Bottle, Wimbledon Chase

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5 most recent reviews of 44 shown - see all reviews

Always a bit reticent of going a pub with loads of England flags outside, though found out later they're there to promote the 6 Nations so fair enough!

Not a bad selection of ales at all, and Speckled Hen on tap which was a nice touch. A good sized pub and very busy for a Thursday evening thanks to the football and the pub quiz.

This area is a bit of a desert for pubs so good to see a decent boozer.
Tourmalet - 24 Feb 2017 12:39
Large pub that seems to be a mix of family and locals, beer I had was Wimbledon Brewery Tower which was very nice. Does Sunday roasts and bowls of chips, that kind of thing.
rainlight - 27 Sep 2015 16:11
Not a very nice pub I found it to be a very clicky pub with most of the regulars from the Emma Hamilton pub which used to be just along the road,the bar staff are not at all friendly and almost seem not to want to serve you.There appears to be a drug connection going on,on some nights which is not acceptable wont be using this for a meeting place in the future.
bludger - 11 Nov 2014 22:33
As a local I have to say that since the new landlord (Autumn 2013?) has taken over that
things have drastically gone done hill- the new menu, while looking
fancier involved a decease in the food quality, the old friendly staff have been replaced
by snickering, rude and unhelpful ones, the kitchen has become unreliable with
Simple things like a portion of chips taking an hour to arrive or food just never arriving.
Any complaint on any point involves the staff shrugging shoulders unwilling or unable to
help.

Unfortunately we like most of our neighbours won't be darkening this pubs door
again.

Em1983 - 12 Apr 2014 03:12
continues to be a good pub, friendly staff, cheap edible food and TV screens for football.
Only 3 tap beers, but usually selection of Doombar, Youngs best, Adnams, Black Sheep, Speckled Hen.

bloodylimey - 20 Aug 2012 11:16

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