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Address: 31, Peckham Rye, London, SE15 3NX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7878) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Peckham Rye (0.4 miles), Nunhead (0.6 miles), East Dulwich (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 61 users)
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Ummhh where are all the reviews?
Pleasant enough with decent beer. Funny as I ordered the same food as about three years ago, but this time it came on a bread board, with an open not closed burger, everything nicely arranged, with less food but more focus on the presentation. I blame Jamie Oliver...
And an extra £1.50 for the yorkshires, you are taking the pee.
Anyway, a good location for a family and friends treat, with plenty of space in the garden, and probably the best (despite my many whinges about uncessary refurbs) for a few miles.
I met a GK regional manager who told me how they wanted to turn their pubs back into pubs. I listed all the horrid places, where they just served GK soapy IPA. He told me abot the Rye Hotel "No I said it can't be GK" 1-0 to him
Sadly it was full of TV football fans supporting the Arse, rather than locals supporting the Palace. I'd heard you had to wear headphones but maybe that has now changed back. Eagles.
baggydave - 17 Aug 2015 22:52

I heard a rumour that it's gonna be more restaurant than pub in the future. The huge gazebo area out the back is being replaced with a proper extension to the building.

Having said that, it has been closed for months now and there never seems to be much work going on, whenever I pass by.

Let's hope it's not turned into another Dulwich Woodhouse type of a place.

Aside from the quality of the pub, it probably has the best beer garden in the area.
Pat_Bateman - 4 May 2012 15:46
What is happening? They seem to be doing a massive rebuild. This comes after numerous refurbs over recent years. Surely once you have done a place up, assuming that you have done your home work, you have to sit back to let the returns come in rather than have a merrygoround of refurbs. I think it is called business planning.

I managed to still enjoy this place even though it was constantly changing and despite the criminal change of name.

I assume it will be a further extension of the gentrificaition as Lordship Lane meets Bellenden Road. We shall see.

No mark yet for obvious reasons.
baggydave - 4 May 2012 12:13
Oh dear, what have they done. Very tightly packed in the garden. The staff had trouble finding tables that have ordered food prior to adding double the amount. I ordered a nice pint of flat cider and was charged 60p more for the priviledge. The front and back have absolutely no atmosphere what so ever. Was the only pub where i enjoyed sitting in the garden. Don't like this place anymore.

Practically sitting on each others laps.
mario_2 - 3 May 2011 13:51
Closed down for 10 days recently as new owners were taking over.

No idea what took them so long. The only visible change I could see was that they have foolishly and rather greedily crammed double the amount of wooden benches into the beer garden out the back. Stick in some push chairs / kids / dogs etc and you won't be able to move out there.

The drinks selection is the exact same as before. Although sadly they've followed the expsensive drinks trend in this area and the Stowford Press Cider has taken a MASSIVE jump from 3.30 a pint, to 3.90.

For that reason alone, I WILL NOT BE BACK!!
Pat_Bateman - 3 May 2011 09:56

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