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Address: 56 Brockley Rise, Honor Park, London, SE23 1LN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42367) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Honor Oak Park (0.2 miles), Catford (0.6 miles), Catford Bridge (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of Chandos, Honor Park

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My first visit on a recent Friday evening since it re-opened under new management a few months back. Very busy with the usual locals in the smaller bar to the right of the main bar area (where they have always been), I think they still have a tele in here that shows sport but to be honest I didn’t venture in so I cannot confirm that. The main bar was a more mixed crow with a lot of mid 20’s early 30’s trendies and hipster’s, not the sort of people that used to frequent the Chandos!

Food is now offered in the form of take away pizzas from the open kitchen area behind the bar, they were doing a decent trade during the hour I spent here.

5 ales on these were cask & keg ales, apparently the IPA was not on good form but the 2 pints of Camden Town’s Gentleman’s Wit @ 4.3% were both very good.

The refurbishment and change of owners and clientele have made a massive change to what used a be rough hole of a pub. It just shows how the area has changed in recent years.
lezford - 23 Dec 2016 13:39
This is a magnificent building - large and chracterful. You could do a lot with a space like this. As it is, when I went in on a Saturday night about 8.30, it had a bout 10 people in it, indifferent service and complete lack of atmosphere. Clientele was mostly men who looked like beaten spirits. One of my pals really liked it (a great typical blokes boozer), my other pal and I found it very dispiriting. I'd hate it to be blanded and airbrushed into anonymous gastro-land but it really needs a bit of imagination and energy to turn this into a great pub. We left here and then went to the Blythe Hill Tavern. A very similar boozer in many ways though a lot smaller but same kind of decor. The place was full of character though and busy with many locals. So it can be done. Chandos - you need to up your game.
Ullage - 28 Apr 2013 17:56

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