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Address: Armoury Way, Wandsworth, London, SW18 1EZ [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations East Putney (0.8 miles), Putney Bridge (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Wandsworth Town (0.4 miles), Putney (1 mile), Earlsfield (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Armoury, Wandsworth

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Petite. Reasonably well kept beer although selection is not inspired, (guess not enough weekly business to make it worthwhile). This cosy pub tends to come alive at weekends with live music. Staff are also friendly. I've had some shocking hangovers after drinking here...
tonofbrix - 25 Nov 2014 23:20
Was in here for the first time yesterday lunchtime, shortly after opening. Negotiating the 4 lane road outside is not much fun. But the pub itself seems to have survived all developments and still retains a fair amount of character. 2 Sambrooks beers were on - Wandle & Pumphouse Pale Ale. Although the latter was not quite ready. Westons Stowford Press was the cider. Being the first customer, the barmaid switched the music on for me and also changed TV chanels. Not a bad choice for Wandsworth. But there is still better.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Nov 2012 20:21
I Spent last Saturday evening at this pub and enjoyed a few pints of Sambrooks Wandle and Pale ale , which was well kept. There was a two-piece band called "Jessie Pie and the Thorn" playing while I was there Outrageously funny and raunchy female singer with a good line in audience participation and innuendo. The food is good. The atmosphere is relaxed and the surroundings are traditional. The pub also had an art show on as part of the local artists' "Open House" art festival which runs at the beginning of October. Great pub and well worth a visit. There is a DJ most Fridays and live music on Saturdays. Next Saturday (13/10/12) they have the fabulous "Kassai Massai" playing - a lively band well worth a look. There are signs up stating that you will receive free "bubbly" If you hold parties/functions there. There is a pub garden out back with some sheltered seating. The pub is under new management and they seem to be finding their feet quite well.
Beerscape - 12 Oct 2012 00:22
A real drinkers pub, and one I liked a lot. I opted for the Youngs, which was very good, as I didn't notice the local Wandle beers round the side of the bar.
mtaylor40 - 11 Mar 2012 16:18

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