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Address: 155 High Street, Homerton, London, E9 6AS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6596) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Homerton (0.2 miles), Hackney Central (0.7 miles), Hackney Wick (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Homerton (0.2 miles), Hackney Wick (0.8 miles), London Fields (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 12 users)
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I popped in here to watch the Spurs v CSKA match. I had no trouble getting a seat as the trendy clientele are mainly rugger and palates types. There is a wide selection of ales, some at a reasonable - for London - £4 a pint. I had the Five Point Brick Brown (?) which was pleasant and quite strong. It is nicely furnished in the traditional style, but, as others have said, it is very dark. I didn't eat any food, but it looked nice.
HornchurchJohn - 8 Dec 2016 11:40
Pleasant but rather dark pub that I presume has been refurbished. Staff were very friendly and the beer, I drank the Hackney Brewery offering, was splendid. We had just enough light to eat by and the food was okay without being anything special. Not really my sort of place but fine for an occasional visit.
doctorpint - 28 Aug 2016 11:54
Potentially a decent pub but one that insults its customers by making them drink in the dark. I had to use my phone to see what was on the pump clips! I therefore strongly advise a daylight visit unless you are blessed with excellent night vision. What exactly is wrong with having lighting in a pub?
ed.spbw - 11 Feb 2016 20:44
Another pub that I quite liked. From the outside, it seemed like a traditional East London boozer. But inside, it clearly catered for a young, trendy crowd. It was very dark inside and loud dance music was playing. TVs were showing both live football and live rugby, whilst meals were still being served quite late into the evening. Lord knows how people could see what they were eating though. The food and drink has a Cornwall emphasis - something they were calling the 'Cornwall Project' or something similar. I'm not quite sure what that was all about. Ales were Tintagel Cornwall's Pride, Trumans Swift & Runner, Sambrooks Wandle & Caledonian Drop Kick. I quite liked the atmosphere in here. Worth a try.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Oct 2015 22:01
Newly refurbished with a nice rotating selection of ales on a £3 happy hour. Great and interesting food too. Menu changes almost daily with fresh produce brought up from Cornwall. Friendly staff and punters alike. Nice to see they've kept the L shaped pool table too!
jase345 - 4 Sep 2014 11:42

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