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Bread and Roses
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Address: 68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1455) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Clapham North (0.3 miles), Clapham Common (0.4 miles), Stockwell (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Clapham High Street (0.2 miles), Wandsworth Road (0.4 miles), Queenstown Road Battersea (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 59 users)
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user reviews of Bread and Roses, Clapham

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Haven't been there for a number of years so made a special effort this weekend. So sad that two out of three beers were off and only some 5.5 Belgium beer was on. Told the manager who sort of apologised, and then said he'd so something about it in the next hour.
So disappointed and I wont be back again.
baggydave - 7 May 2017 21:50
A group of us, including six real ale drinkers, tried this place out on a weekday. There was plenty of space to sit as a group in the lounge (away from the live music in the main bar, which we all hated), but the beer was awful. The London Pride was poor, and the Black Sheep was terrible. We all agreed we would not go back.
MrGerbil - 29 May 2013 18:22
I have a massive affinity for the people behind this pub, they don't accept the status quo within the industry! It appears to be a co-operative long before the pubco's established their despicable behaviour towards their tenants, and forced co-ops into being fashionable nay a necessity. An all rounder of a pub, sometimes to it's detriment, it seems to be a jack of all trades. Is that bad wisdom or prudent in recession? Time will tell, but in the meantime , "Power to the People"
huntsbeer - 8 Jan 2012 14:53
Great pub, great beer and I love the Trades Union banner on the wall. Well worth a visit
Sandinista - 19 Dec 2011 18:52
The Bread and Roses was pub of the day for me, from a pretty average bunch. It's not th kind of pub I normally like. It has a modern feel, with rather funky decorations. I normally prefer a more traditional pub. However, the vibe was just right. More importantly the drinks range was also varied enough to suit most tastes. Real ales on offer were Cottage We'll Get It Right, Fullers Hock and Purity Mad Goose. Aspalls cider was available. The walls are lined with old posters and modern artwork. Wooden chairs and tables along with bare floorboads gave it a continental cafe like feel on my Saturday afternoon visit. Outdoor drinking on the patios at front and rear added to this feeling. A TV was showing World Cup football. Menus on the tables offered tapas. Some of the clientele are a little varied. Things got a little lively when three transexuals, a cockney and an aborigine with a vuvuzela walked in! I get the feeling this is more of a summer pub. But it definitely warrants a return visit.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jun 2010 12:34

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