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Address: New Cross Road, New Cross, London, SE14 6AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42238) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations New Cross Gate (0.1 miles), New Cross (0.2 miles)

Nearest DLR station Deptford Bridge (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations New Cross Gate (0.1 miles), New Cross (0.2 miles), Deptford (0.6 miles)

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Goldsmiths Tavern, New Cross (0.0 miles), New Cross Inn / Bar Alchemy, New Cross (0.0 miles), Hobgoblin, New Cross (0.1 miles), Marquis of Granby, New Cross (0.1 miles), Old Haberdasher, New Cross (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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The policy of recruiting pretty barmaids with bare midriffs only works to a point, if they are all too self-absorbed to serve customers competently (or at all).
Rayzer - 19 Jul 2013 17:07
Agree totally with Esty. Although they are clearly supporting local micro-breweries, they do not know how to look after ale - everytime I have risked a half it has been woeful. Take some lessons from the Royal Albert down the road. Totally lacking in atmosphere too.
alebarry - 3 Jul 2013 18:54
A good addition to the New Cross pub scene, although I have recently started to go off this pub. The decor, atmosphere, beer garden, drinks selection are all very good, but the beer is terrible! There is a great selection, but at almost �4 a pint I expect it to be served in the correct glass (i.e I don't want Moretti in a Guiness glass), not a glass that has just come out the washer (warm) and most definately not flat!!! More often than not I have to take a beer back beacuse there is so little life in it and even then it's usually just average. At first I thought it was just me, but other people I've been out with have had a similar gripe. The Victoria in Peckam is owned by the same person and I've never had an issue with the beer there. C'mon NEw Cross House, stop Tweeting and sort it out!
Esty - 19 Sep 2011 13:30
Ex Goldsmith's Tavern.

This really is the ultimate modern day pub for young professionals and students. Not sure if that's a good thing or not, but it's certainly the way pubs are heading these days.

Huge inside with a lot of those raised padded bench seat things mixed in with normal tables and chairs.

I spotted about 5 kitchen staff, so I take it they must do well on the food front.

Symonds and Sharp's Orchard Ciders on draught, so a decent choice there.

Four ale pumps were Sharp's Honey Gold (nice), Adnams, Hogs Back Tea and one other that I'd never seen before.

Large beer garden out back has slightly raised decking with tables and chairs and a few long wooden benches.
The most impressive part of the beer garden, is the large out building covered in hanging green vine. Looks very nice and you can climb it's stairs and sit at one of the two tables by the opened windows.

Not really my ideal type of pub, but a much better option than the rotten beer of the nereby Hobgoblin, which for some twisted reason I suffered for 2 years, just because it had a beer garden.

Pat_Bateman - 28 Jul 2011 09:32
Been here twice since it opened and both times have been great.

Plenty of decent beers on tap and in the fridge, and some good wines on the list as well. The in house beers are great, and it seems they change what's on tap fairly regularly.
The pizza's are top; freshly prepared and top quality ingredients.
Sevice was great too - when it wasn't busy, the bar staff would come from behind the bar to give table service, all with a smile!
This will soon become a regular of mine, and from the looks of things, it will be a number of other people's too
Ollie_cs - 25 Jul 2011 13:36

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