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The Montpelier, Peckham - pub details

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Address: 43, Choumert Rd, London, SE15 4AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25415) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Peckham Rye (0.2 miles), East Dulwich (0.6 miles), Denmark Hill (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 22 users)
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Don't understand why such a multi-cultural area attracts such mono-cultural pubs - white, educated, 25ish. Is that the fault of the pub or is it just a market with money to spend. I am being a bit mean and probably not the place for such debate.

In some ways just another gastroish pub, that's lost a lot of its charm, and is becoming oh so typical in such gentrified areas. But there again if it had stayed as a back street boozer then it would have been empty on a mid week evening rather than doing the decent trade, albeit helped by lovely weather (not the durge we are experiencing at the moment). Good beer although the best was quickly off which was a shame.

The intended modest mark was signicantly increased following our subsequent trip to the the Vic. And much better than Lordship Lane.
baggydave - 12 Jun 2012 00:00
Don't understand why such a multi-cultural area attracts such mono-cultural pubs - white, educated, 25ish. Is that the fault of the pub or is it just a market with money to spend. I am being a bit mean and probably not the place for such debate.

In some ways just another gastroish pub, that's lost a lot of its charm, and is becoming oh so typical in such gentrified areas. But there again if it had stayed as a back street boozer then it would have been empty on a mid week evening rather than doing the decent trade, albeit helped by lovely weather (not the durge we are experiencing at the moment). Good beer although the best was quickly off which was a shame.

The intended modest mark was signicantly increased following our subsequent trip to the the Vic. And much better than Lordship Lane.
baggydave - 12 Jun 2012 00:00
Came in on Saturday lunchtime for a pint as I hadn't visited this pub before.

Good selection of local beers & european lagers on tap, of which the 3 beers were from within a max of 7 miles from the pub, this impressed me.

Price was reasonable, 3.40 a pint and was served and kept well.

Only 2 couples in who were both eating when I was here, food seemed fairly priced for this very nicely decorated pub well more Gastro pub to be honest.

All in all a pleasant visit and a place I will come back to.
lezford - 1 Jan 2012 10:52
Neilmontpelier

Thanks for the reply earlier this year - yes it was noticed that more action was taken so thank you.
gonetolunch - 10 Dec 2011 15:58
I love this pub, its the best in the area. The only problem is the menu hasnt changed for 6 months which is putting customers off. This is a place you go to eat but the menu is sadly lacking. The staff are lovely as are most of the customers but please guys review the menu! Its got very boring.
hooley - 26 Nov 2011 20:21

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