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Address: 13, Mitcham Lane, London, SW16 6LQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3529) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Streatham (0.2 miles), Streatham Common (0.7 miles), Streatham Hill (0.8 miles)

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My third review on this place (it keeps evolving in our view!). We went in for the quiz last week and it was ace. Great rack of ribs too. Always a wide selection of ales and the keg shipyard IPA is....amazing. Becoming our local!
TommyRogers1979 - 26 Jan 2015 22:23
I noticed the coren review laminated on the wall in gents on my visit last night. Coren rated the food a 5 and the child friendliness a 9. The fact theyre happy to show this on the wall underlines where the priorities lay. That said I had a great pint of sambrooks last night about 8ish and by that time it felt more like a pub than a playgroup. Theyve got sky sports now too, which resulted in an interesting crowd last night, half made up of the kind of guys whod go to the old place and the other half thr balham wannabees who've colonised the new place.
TommyRogers1979 - 18 Aug 2013 10:50
Large open-plan pub in what is almost a colonial club style that was strangely quiet late on Friday. Perhaps it had been full of diners earlier as the kitchen area is prevalent. The Belleville Northcote Blonde at £3.90 seemed a bit cloudy but I let it go as it tasted OK and I was only there for one (and it was a new beer for me). Also available were Purity's Mad Goose, Doom Bar and Sambrook's Wandle Ale. Obviously aiming for the mums and toddlers market (whatever that might be) as they are clearly proud of their Giles Coren review in The Times. This was a slightly above average experience overall.
paul_d102 - 30 Jun 2013 16:25
A pretty good place overall.

Main pros - beer selection, interior, very child-friendly. .

Main cons - food prices, for a single course they seem just that bit over the top [on a Sunday I think that the cheapest main was £15.50].

TFP - 17 Dec 2012 11:07
Visited on 14 December 2012 and asked if Christmas food was being served. Our waitress said that this had to be pre-booked but she would check to see if any "spare" was available and seemed to expect thanks for this (less than a fortnight before Christmas). The pub should really be classified as a creche or nursery as it seemed to be full of yummy mummies and their offspring, who think that everyone else should fit in with their children. To add insult to injury, our waitress then asked one such mummy if she would mind if we sat near her. Perhaps I'm old-fashioned, but if children are allowed on licensed premises, they and their parents should give way to adult patrons. Overpriced and pretentious. You will like it if you are the sort of person who moved to Streatham because you couldn't afford Clapham or Battersea, otherwise avoid like the plague.
louloubelle0195 - 14 Dec 2012 14:23

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