The Duchy Arms, Kennington - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6760) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music (Jazz events on Thursday and Sunday, DJs on Friday nights.), Big screen (Showing all major sporting events)
- Food served (Serving fresh traditional British food), Real ale
- Outside seating, Car park
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Black Prince, Kennington (0.1 miles), White Hart, Kennington (0.1 miles), Tommyfield, Lambeth (0.1 miles), Dog House, Kennington (0.1 miles), South London Pacific, Kennington (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Went in on a crawl in the area, has been taken over recently by new owners and refurbished, did a decent pint of real ale (can't remember what I had) and looked like it did good food.|
Very clean throughout and the barstaff were polite and efficient, worth dropping into if you are in the area.
beershot - 21 Feb 2013 18:18
|It is dirty. The younger regulars are unfriendly and the barmaid is rude. Don't bother.|
rosemary78 - 3 Oct 2010 20:25
|Struck me as being something of an old man's pub - although that's not necessarily a bad thing if they're as jovial as the trio of elderly gents who were sitting with me. Beer wasn't great. In all, an ok pub, but nothing special|
nmckenn - 6 May 2010 23:51
|Sad,sad pub. |
TALLTORQUIL - 1 Mar 2010 17:47
|This is a detached backstreet local just off Kennington Rd, occupying a largish corner site (I hope thatís not a contradiction in terms!). By the look of the clientele when I was in there last week, itís very much a localsí pub. They had Pedigree, Spitfire and Harveyís Best on. I had the Harveyís, at £2.80 a pint reasonably priced, and it tasted OK as well. Itís got all the hallmarks of a pub that hasnít changed much since the 70s or 80s Ė red mock velvet covered stools; serried ranks of dark varnished and polished tables; well used banquette seating; and a clean patterned carpet. Unlike a previous reviewer, I found the Duchy Arms to be very clean and well looked after, with no sign of any BO, dust or dirt. The barmaid was friendly and welcoming, and I thought it seemed to be just the sort of place to go for a quiet pint. It had a nice balance between comfort and simplicity, and I should be happy to drop in for another pint if I was in the area.|
RexRattus - 13 Sep 2009 15:17
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