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Address: 156, High St, London, SE20 7EU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2499) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kent House (0.4 miles), Penge East (0.4 miles), Penge West (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.9/10 (rated by 24 users)
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The Pawleyne Arms - keeper of dreams, maker of men, the end of the 176 bus route.

I wanted it to be like The Cowshed up Ladbroke Grove was. It wasn't quite like that. Ubiquitous line up on draught but that's alright as you can't keep pretending to like Gruntfuttock's IPA at £7 a pint.

Enthusiastic karaoke going on. Nothing unpleasant about it.
terenced - 2 Dec 2019 09:57
While so many of the areas old school pubs have gone replaced by gastropubs, supermarkets or flats this one has remained and not changed much. No ale, so had to settle for Fosters.
Went earlier in the year and they had a Ghosbusters pinball machine, when I went back it had gone.
southlondonbeero - 20 Nov 2016 10:06
Busy when I went in. Half carpeted, pool table near the High Street entrance, or exit as I prefer to think of it. A smashed punter stood, cue planted firmly on the ground slowly rotating and punching his first to the side in dubious rhythm to the tremendously loud music. This happened to be Westlife's meisterwerk Flying Without Wings. No real ale on pump, the line is drawn at a Guinness. Old fashioned, not expensive, not inherently bad but isn't likely to attract new people, unless they doze off on a bus and the Goldsmiths is shut. I sense the pub isn't too bothered by this.
BitterShurn - 5 Aug 2016 10:37
I had a wicked time people made me welcome and everybody was so friendly I came from nottingham with my children to see my friend (stu) for the weekend he is a brilliant manager and a great boss.. thankyou to all who made my experience a great one and hope to come again soon :) xx
lindseyslippergirl - 21 Jan 2015 18:15
The Pawleyne is a nice pub with wooden panelling, traditional carpeting, superb Guinness and great bar staff who know how to pull a pint. The internet jukebox is excellent and the landlord has ensured that it plays some great tunes from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s (no rap). The toilets have recently been refurbished as has the beer garden. The landlord also plans to get potted plants as well. There are some great characters in there (I may well be the "spiv" that Rob1951 has alluded to!). There's also regular karaoke and reggae nights provided by Les Debolla, who treats his singers with respect, regardless of of their capabilities. I have found my fellow drinkers there to be friendly and they do not pre-judge you. Newcomers are made to feel welcome. I am pleased that the Pawleyne is now my local.
glenfarg - 10 Aug 2014 12:43

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