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Address: 18 Camberwell Green, London, SE5 7AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6324) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Denmark Hill (0.4 miles), Loughborough Jn (0.7 miles), East Dulwich (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 36 users)
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user reviews of the Tiger, Denmark Hill

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So, when the discerning pub goer finds both the Stormbird and The Hermit's Cave already aheave at five thirty of a Friday evening, what does one do in Camberwell, kind gentlefolk?

Well, the Tiger, a mere hop and a skip away, was amiably chatty, relaxed, and there were still seats to be had. Music pulsed away quietly.

There were three ales, the Butcombe's Original was in fine nick too, and it wasn't pricey either, although, as these things do, the exact figure eludes me now.

As is standard now in many pubs, the lights were low, so leave your newspaper behind.

My reliable informers tell me that this pub is noted for very late night opening, and gets quite lively as the evening wears on.

All in all it was a happy find though, and worth seven, I think.
Hulots_hat - 26 Jan 2020 15:55
I wasn't intending to do an Antic pub crawl, but this was the third in a row of the chain's pubs for me. Another trendy place that was packed on a Saturday night, with all kinds of people. Some were watching the live football, some were dining, others were just there for the conversation. The beers were Butcombe Bitter, Moles The Tunneler & Castle Rock Snowhite. Ok, but not the best Antic pub I've been to.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Jan 2017 23:54
Went in Monday 27 January. Went to bar to order 2 meals and bottle of wine. I broke my neck 2 years ago so can't move my spine or neck, doesn't look good. Stood at bar for 10 minutes while punters behind me got served. When my partner complained she was met with sniggers. Message is don't expect to get served here if you are handicapped in any way or don't meet the customer profile.
jamiegillespie44 - 27 Jan 2014 22:45
i really like this pub, it was my local when i spent a few months living nearby late 2011/early2012. The beer selection (ale that is) is always changing, the barstaff are pleasant - particularly the dark haired one, and i adore the bar snacks.

They make their own pork scratchings which are sublime if teeth shattering, and their mini sausage rolls at 1 quid a pop are excellent.

They also have wifi (via the cloud), show the football in an alcove, so you can avoid it, or partake as you so choose, and it's just generally a very pleasant boozer. Only titchy first world complaint - no power points to juice up your flagging phone or ipad.
feedthedude - 24 Feb 2012 16:56
Now owned by Antic Ltd and in the GBG. On Thursday they had 4 handpumps but only Caledonian Flying Scotsman and Adnams Bitter while I was there. Relaxing place for a drink late afternoon/early evening.
GuideDogSaint - 4 Sep 2011 13:57

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