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The Bridge House Tavern, Penge - pub details

Bridge House Tavern
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Address: 2 High Street, Penge, London, SE20 8RZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20686) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Penge West (0.1 miles), Penge East (0.2 miles), Anerley (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 61 users)
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First of the new wave of Hipster and Gastropubs to hit the area. Have to go up stairs to reach the bar when you arrive so not one for the less mobile. Beer is always served well, but is 30-40p more expensive per pint than comparative pubs in the area. Popular with people with babies/young children which can be irritating. Decent sized garden at the back.
southlondonbeero - 20 Nov 2016 09:57
The landed gentry have moved in here. Pleasant atmosphere, busy with buggies and pedigree dogs during the day. Theatre inside which is a good bonus. Expensive, such is the way of things in this kind of pub. Good quiz on a Thursday. Normally has three real ale on pump. My wife says they mix a fine Virgin Mary. Nice garden.
BitterShurn - 3 Aug 2016 16:12
Went in 2 nights ago with my wife. 2 large white wines and half a lager and lime £17.50.
Go to Sainsburys and buy 3 bottles for the same price and go home and drink them.
Total crap!
chavsum - 21 Jul 2016 20:51
Having never been here I choose to pop in for a quick pint on a Wednesday evening.

Around 9pm when i arrived at this large main road pub. The area as you enter had a dozen or so people in across 2 groups with rest of the punters sat up the top in the room behind the bar towards the garden area.

The small bar area had 4 hand pumps but only 2 ales on my visit. Sambrook's Wandle and Whitstable Bay which was very drinkable if not a little hard to swallow at £4.20 a pint.....maybe I spend too much time up North but that's a bit lumpy for me.

Music playing softly over the intelligent conversation was nice and gave the pub a bit of ambience.

I enjoyed my pint and left within 25 minutes or arriving. Would i visit again, yes I probably would but I wont go out of my way to come back.

Pleasant enough and completely inoffensive clientele.
lezford - 15 Feb 2016 17:02
Beautiful garden especially now the sun is shining.

But £4.20 for a pint of bitter. This is not the West End for chrissakes!

weecelt - 14 Apr 2015 18:27

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