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Address: 11, Roehampton High St, London, SW15 4HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8383) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Barnes (1.2 miles), Putney (1.3 miles), Barnes Bridge (1.8 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 4.0/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Visited here when Chelsea were on Sky yesterday! I found the pub to quite pleasant and in a fairly nice village-like area. Youngs was the only beer available, despite there being 4 handpulls in the main bar. The Directors clip was turned round. Addlestones is the cider of choice. The pub is formed of 2 interconnected bars with a passageway between the two. There is also a suntrap patio area at the side. Pot plants around the walls of the one bar created a pleasant drinking environment. The football on the TV was not too disturbing. What was more disturbing was the drug dealing in the gents and the Chinese DVD seller walking around the pub unchallenged. I also hate it when bar staff expect you to hand out a note without telling you the price of the drink. I don't expect to have to ask what the price is. Probably a 5/10 score for this.
blue_scrumpy - 26 Sep 2010 14:47
First things first - every time I have been in here I have found that there has been no intimidation whatsoever and the landlord is actually quite welcoming. Yes it's not in the worlds most sulubrious area and the locals language can sometimes be choice but there are no threatening looks or glares and I have only been in here half a dozen times so I'm not a local myself. Just to point out that in each of those times the beer was excellent and if you like sport on the box you wont be dissapointed. The recent refit has done the place a favour, especially in the lounge bar, and anywhere that stocks copies of London Drinker will always get a plus point in my point of view. Possibly wont be visiting when Chelsea are on Sky though!!!
Oakman100 - 18 Oct 2009 22:43
Yipes - I felt a definite air of menace in this place (and it was only 4pm). Very much for locals only, unless you enjoy being in pubs where drunks shout at each other across the room and men with shaven heads and sovereign rings give outsiders dirty looks. Beer was standard Young's offering.
pubcollector - 19 Jul 2009 21:15
The Angel has been nicely refurbed. New carpets and furniture. Outside area also looks nice too. The look of a traditional pub has been retained. But, oh dear, the clientele are just as rough as ever. Too loud and too much swearing... the shuffling under belly of a wretched council estate. Beer nothing special. We left after half a pint.
southfields - 26 May 2009 12:06
Quite frankly a horrible experience. I've drunk in many pubs over the years in the UK and abroad and hate that this is my local. Unfriendly, unclean, unattractive - thank God this has been scheduled for a refurb (although God knows what Youngs will do to it). Ignore the expensive Telegraph, get down the hill into Putney to the Bricklayers or the Cat's Back.
gileyboy - 17 Jul 2008 15:37

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