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The Glamorgan, Croydon - pub details

Used to be: the Grouse and Claret

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Address: 81 Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 6BE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27649) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations East Croydon (0.4 miles), West Croydon (0.6 miles), Selhurst (0.9 miles)

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Pub looks slightly run down but what do you expect when it's in the middle of, effectively, a building site?! Ok for one beer before moving on to the next pub...
Trev - 4 Dec 2015 20:02
Popped in for a quick pint to check the pub out as we've been past a few times over the years and always meant to see what it was like but never got around to it.
The landlord was friendly from the moment of walking in the door, engaging and chatty, get the idea that if you're an arse or drunkard then you'll be shown the door, but personally, for Croydon, it's nice to have a pub like this.
The ale was well maintained (I had the Doom Bar) and the lager was fresh and crisp.
Heard a few customers comment on how good the food was.
Will definitely return to try the food another time and as for the reviews commenting on the grumpy landlord, I simply think he doesn't put up with any crap and that pees off a few people, but do you really want to be eating and drinking in a pub with people like that?
salnajjar - 7 Sep 2015 22:24
Mysterious opening times so haven't got a ruddy clue what it's like have I? No good asking me old son.
terenced - 1 Sep 2015 09:41
Harveys, need i say more. Yes, Harveys. Sussexs finest export since, well, the South Downs uplifted, the little molusscs and similar laid down their heads in one final act and decreed; Yes, we will filter your water to provide you future humans with pure water to brew with. Thank you little molluscs. Your chalk legacy is all the proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy,that I at any rate, need.
Little chalk molluscs, we salute you, and invite you for a beer, only you weren't dead
500 millon years, and were probably not old enough at the time. What elae was the pre-Cambrian for, I wonder, but to provive, you and I with pure quality brewd ale.
All that Industrail revoltion stuff was, well, mere facilitation; in bringing us closer, in spirit, if not in time, to our little mollusc frinds. Well done, I say, and may deeper tectonic movements bring us closer to your understanding of the making of a proper pint. I'll drink to taht, and then some forwere it not for your little ridged shells and filratration Gills, we would never have gotten rid of the USA and Australia and still be drinking that ice-chilled muck. I jest, course, but merely to emphasise the magnaminity of your achievements, achieved, in the best possible way, subconsciouly.
albertfox - 19 Mar 2014 09:55
I've checked the hygiene food rating,that alone scares the living daylights out of me, I wonder if pubs with a low rating do any better when it comes to glass cleaning and line cleaning? Probably not methinks.
slerpy - 24 Feb 2014 18:47

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