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Address: 7/8 High Street, South Norwood, London, SE25 6EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8740) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Norwood Junction (0.1 miles), Selhurst (0.8 miles), Birkbeck (1.1 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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Re-opened by Antic as "Shelverdine Goathouse". Pint of Jaipur was £4.10. Served in Plastic glass due to the Palace v Man City game being that afternoon could have been topped up but kept well. Still feels more Spoons than Antic, although not as busy as Spoons used to be on matchdays. Would be interested to see what it is like midweek.
southlondonbeero - 20 Nov 2016 09:26
this pub is closed and will reopen (allegedly) as an "Antic" pub
redcloud - 8 Apr 2016 16:23
A small 'spoons (i.e. the size of most other pubs) which is a shop conversion and since the demise of the Ship one of very few extant pubs around here. Had the Monday Mexican special and a pint of Nøgne oatmeal stout. It was ok. Proudly exhibits its 5-out-of-5 hygiene rating (which is more than some of my local pubs have).
rainlight - 2 Nov 2015 15:51
This is a small 'spoons full of locals who are reasonably well behaved. The ale is surprisingly good, midweek about three ales are on weekend perhaps a couple more.When I visited the barmaid on duty was very crude to put it mildly( talking, no- shouting actually to a few locals). Match days it is very difficult to get served and plastic glasses were in operation when I last went on a Saturday match day.It is fairly common knowledge that 'spoons a few years ago were trying to off load the pub but obviously there were no takers.Nowadays there's not much choice in S.E.25 , you should find a decent pint here.
slerpy - 13 Sep 2013 17:27
I have been in quite a few spoons. This is the worst I have ever seen. Full of Piss heads and tramps, the service is poor and the food is dreadful.
This one is worse than the spoons at Crystal Palace or Penge.
chavsum - 25 Nov 2012 23:00

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