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The Fog, Earlsfield - pub details

Previously called: Country House

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Address: 2 Groton Road, Earlsfield, London, SW18 4EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1956) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Wimbledon Park (0.7 miles), Southfields (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Earlsfield (0.2 miles), Haydons Road (1.2 miles), Wandsworth Common (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Loved this pub! I went here a couple of months back while doing some family history (Grandfather was born in Groton Rd) Nice old fashioned pub atmosphere with good beer, and made to feel very welcome by the locals. Please keep doing, what you are doing.
NKUK - 27 Mar 2013 12:48
This pub is now being run by the previous owners of the Brewery Tap in Wimbledon Village. It has reverted to its original name "The Country House" and amongst other things has Harvey's Sussex on tap (beautiful condition). It's a beautiful unspoilt pub and needs seeking out (especially considering how tucked away it is!)
daveid - 2 May 2012 11:16
Nice place, visited once and was friendly. Landlord lovely.
samsays - 18 Jul 2011 12:27
Quality proper pub. Even a 1970s looking lounge and a guy at the bar in overalls talking to everyone about sport. Can't beat that, great place.
richakn - 24 Jun 2010 21:26
This pub still retains its 3-bar format. The Private Bar is not connected to the other two. But the Meal Room (a new one on me) is connected to the Public Bar by an archway, with the former being used as a pool room, with one table. Theres a dartboard as well as a pinball machine (Spiderman) in the Public Bar. Ales on were Youngs Bitter and London Pride; I had the London Pride (at 2.90 a pint) which was not particularly good, although drinkable.

This struck me as very much a locals drinking pub. Not the sort of place you go to for a taste of comfort. I didnt venture into the Private Bar, but the Public Bar only had a couple of tables and a few stools. This is very much a basic backstreet boozer (although its very visible from the trains on the Waterloo line). The clientele were a bit basic as well workers from a local builders by the look of them but this is an observation, not a criticism! Worth dropping in to see the sort of boozer that was commonplace 30 to 40 years ago, but I dont feel any great compulsion to return.
RexRattus - 25 Jul 2009 22:51

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