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The Waverley Arms, Nunhead - pub details

Waverley Arms
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Address: 202, Ivydale Rd, London, SE15 3BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4752) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crofton Park (0.5 miles), Nunhead (0.5 miles), Brockley (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 13 users)
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user reviews of the Waverley Arms, Nunhead

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Just re-opened under new management, and the vibe there has improved immeasurably. Now has a warm and welcoming feel about it, not to mention a great selection of beers. I tried the Dead Pony Club (delicious), Meantime Yakima Red (excellent) and Meantime London Pale Ale (as good as expected) and wasn't disappointed at all. The cheeseburger and chips (only £6!) cooked for me on the BBQ in the back garden were top notch as well, although I understand that the longer-term plan is to have a proper kitchen and a fuller menu in the near future.

Would highly recommend giving this place another try if you live or find yourself in the vicinity.
dulwichfella - 4 Aug 2014 16:51
They have only just opened but I can already see that I am going to be spending a lot of time in #SE15 at The Waverley Arms. Johnny and Katie have lovingly restored this local community pub into a lovely modern and relaxed boozer which should serve the local community well!

Its need a few finishing touches but the beer is cold and they have a great BBQ in the garden until the Kitchen is finished in September. The beers include Kraft beers from The Meantime Brewery including Yakima Red and London Lager which is chilled and goes down a treat on a hot summers day, they also have the expected Lagers and Ales along with a great but not exhaustive wine list.

My family and I (kids welcome of course) had the organic burger with cheese and fries and the hotdog with fries, at £6 each that's pretty good value and keeps the kids quiet!
The food also has a veggie and lamb option before the kitchen opens in September.

Planning on heading back and supporting the launch of this great new boozer later in the week, don't be shy.
danfellows - 28 Jul 2014 12:24
how nice dose this pub look now its even got a live singer on evry sunday !!!
farmhouse12345678 - 11 Aug 2011 11:12
the pub is goin to see sum big changes i fink the way the tvs look good showing full sky tv .my rating for this pub is 5 at the mo but iam sure give it a year it will be a 10 keep up the good work tom and mandy and the bar food on a sunday is the nuts. did i hear the function room is free?????????????
farmhouse12345678 - 16 Jan 2011 22:30
As I predicted:

Beer / Lager / Cider choice almost identical to before.

Clientele identical to before.

Nothing worth rushing back to from my point of view.
Pat_Bateman - 14 Dec 2010 15:44

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