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The Alleyns Head, West Dulwich - pub details

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Address: Park Hall Rd, West Dulwich, London, SE21 8BW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6644) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations West Dulwich (0.4 miles), Sydenham Hill (0.5 miles), West Norwood (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 27 users)
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user reviews of the Alleyns Head, West Dulwich

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Visited May bank holiday Monday afternoon. As previously noted it's somewhere closer to a restaurant than a pub but without any worrying poncy affectations. Decent ale selection on tap (£2.49 on Mondays but not today due to BH). I had a pint of Proper Job. Unspectacular but enjoyable.
Chose to eat. My wife was impressed by the vegetarian options and enjoyed the battered mushrooms. I had the beef and Doombar ale pie with mash and it was fantastic.
Mixed clientele, mostly locals, some families. Ample seating outside.
Impressed. Nice pub. I'd visit again.
Looper23 - 4 May 2015 15:00
You probably sat in the restaurant section, BS.

Place is ok, clean and comfortable. Service fine. Beer very dull though - the usual Young's/Doom Bar/Sambrooks dishwater most of the time.
catbert - 22 Jan 2014 22:01
As part of the Ember Inns chain, this place is more of a restaurant serving real ales, than a real ale pub serving food. It had a few more features than other Ember Inns pubs I have been in. But it was still nothing special. The ale range was good - Okells Olaf, Sambrooks Junction, Sharps Doom Bar, Loch Ness Wilder Ness, Great Western Edwin's Ruby Porter & Youngs Bitter. But unless you're eating, you can feel uncomfortable drinking here. All tables are set out for diners and I was asked if I was eating with them by a couple of members of staff. I get irritated by the presumptioness of this. If I want food, I would surely ask for it. I must be getting grumpy as I age!
blue_scrumpy - 10 Nov 2013 14:03
Popped in at tea time on New Years Day. Pub was very busy with most people eating.

At least 5 ales on and the one I had was good.

Not a great deal to say about this place as it acutally feels more like a resturant that has a bar than a pub that does food.

Atmosphere was pleasant and my expierence was good in general
lezford - 18 Jan 2013 13:48
The staff are friendly and nice and the real ale seems to be very good.
I found the food rather indifferent. The cod was not completely cooked, but the waitress was very nice about it and rushed off and got another cooked up quickly. That's good but I find pubs like this a bit depressing; they're not quite a comfortable, nice pub, because of the eating, and yet they're not a restaurant either. Opinions differ though, and as a pub, I thought this place was very nice and welcoming, and I'll certainly have a pint there again.
AbeC - 15 Oct 2012 21:05

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