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Address: 36 St Johns Hill, London, SW11 1SA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 86) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clapham Junction (0.1 miles), Wandsworth Town (0.9 miles), Wandsworth Common (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 57 users)
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user reviews of the Windsor Castle, Clapham Junction

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Certainly changed! Now called THE JUNCTION!!

This is a Spirit Pub Company pub, something to do with Taylor Walker, but happy to be informed more about them.

The Junction has been turned into one room, and knocking through certainly has improved on the front bar which was always a bit dodgy and not that friendly to enter, particularly for women. Consequently, unsurprised that quite a few groups of women, or women in groups with men, or just couples there last night.

6 real ales on offer, 4 of the same old same old, which you are likely to see regularly here, and in all their pubs, I'd imagine: ie London Pride, Ghost Ship, Cumberland Ale and Tribute.

2 guest ales that were more interesting though, Goddards 'Wight Squirrel', not bad, but an impressive 6% IPA from London Fields Brewery called 'Shoreditch Triangle', very good indeed!

Not sure the bar staff know much about the ales, which should be looked at, but whoever looks after the cellar looks to be doing their job, so I shall return!
StevetheBeermeister - 17 Jul 2014 10:16
Name changed to The Junction.
johnmcdonnell - 17 Mar 2014 16:28
Traditional pub which looks at bit dated but did not have a bad vibe when I visited. Serves regular pub grub at reasonable prices. If im in the area again I would pop in for a pint or two
Orientear - 16 Jun 2013 00:15
you say you do not take comments seriously, so why do you suggest to comment then?????? if you cannot run a pub so go and sell icecreams on a van
Salvo01 - 8 Aug 2012 18:50
manager and assistant manager with wrong attitudes, not friendly and when serving make you feel very uncomfortable with agressive looks and make it seems that they are doing you a favor, also i was a regular karaoke visitor every friday , and all i could see that without the karaoke the place would have been empty, on that night,i have pictures to prove it, all of sudden,two weeks ago, i hear the karaoke i used to enjoy, with really good sound and professionalisme, with a great DJ, JULIE,,,,,, therefore i do not understand this move from management,,, i beleive wrong,,,, if karaoke is filling the room why cancel it? there are many singers there every weeek that come regurarly, and make it worthwile,,,,,,, so i would ask to management to re consider and re start friday karaoke nights to please the regular clientele , thank you
Salvo01 - 8 Aug 2012 18:45

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