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Address: 62 High St, London, SW19 2BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1617) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Colliers Wood (0.2 miles), Tooting Broadway (0.6 miles), South Wimbledon (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Tooting (0.7 miles), Haydons Road (0.7 miles), Wimbledon (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 48 users)
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This has now reopened as The Provenance.

Very nice selection of beer - Landlord, Purity Pure Gold, Sharps Cornish Coaster, as well as a couple from local breweries By The Horns and Belleville. A few reasonable lagers, Meantime Pale Ale and the usual bottles.

Food was excellent. Really, really good. A reasonably priced too.

Hopefully the beer garden opens soon, because sitting outside looking at the High Road isn't that much fun.

Deserves to do well. It's nice that this pub finally has a landlord that really seems to want to do something great.
steady_eddy - 9 Jul 2013 11:57
Was running as "The Pop-up Prince" and then "The Prince" for a while but is now closed pending refurbishment.

Will be reopening as The Provenance, run by Antic London pubs.
bods - 2 Jan 2013 15:17
This place is a disaster. We've been in a dozen times over the last few months and there has been no food on offer, despite the fact that the sign still says "Restaurant". But we're not told they've stopped doing food, simply that "the kitchen is closed" or "the chef is on an errand". It's become a running joke between me and my wife - sometimes we pop in just to ask if the chef is around, to see what excuse they come up with.
mharwood62 - 22 Nov 2010 16:44
I'd love to say something good about this pub as this pub used to be famous for its violence and very rough crowd. Sadly since the present landlord has taken over its slowly become more tired and scruffy. It starting to look very close to what it tried so hard to move away from.

I live quite near by and I wandered over there tonight to spend an hour or two but its dishevelled state and battered furniture really put me off. They have a TV blaring sport right in the middle of the pub where everyone is subject to listening to Sky Sport 3. So there is no chance of going in for a quiet drink with friends.

The selection of drinks is ok if you like nothing but Larger or Cider but they have some ales in bottles.

Bring back the OLD GJ's when it was clean, tidy, not so noisy ALL the time.

I'm giving it 3 but only as it feels slightly safer than the other pubs in the area.

early_bird - 29 Jul 2010 23:16
Have been into GJs on about 5 different occasions, hoping to grab a bite to eat and a few drinks. Although they still have signs up saying they serve food, the chef never seems to be in. The atmosphere seems pretty dead too, although maybe it livens up when an event is on... still, disappointing stuff.
funkbubble - 7 Jun 2010 12:56

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