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The Palmerston, East Dulwich - pub details

Previously called: Lord Palmerston

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Address: 91 Lordship Lane, Dulwich, London, SE22 8EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6799) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations East Dulwich (0.3 miles), North Dulwich (0.7 miles), Peckham Rye (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 28 users)
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user reviews of the Palmerston, East Dulwich

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Smart pub which provided ample empirical evidence that the middle classes take a philosophical approach to disciplining their children even if it means other people secretly hate their kids.

I'm not here to give out parenting tips kids so lets get to the point.
Pub's decent enough. Interesting range of beers bit pricey but you don't come to East Dulwich for budgetary purposes do you Nigel?
terenced - 5 Dec 2016 09:27
Bar divided to provide a main area and a smaller more restaurant like part with a rather nice mosaic floor. Some decorated pillars in the main part and solid wooden furniture. Timothy Taylor Landlord £4.10. Stocks a good bottle and can range including Brewdog, Beavertown and Camden Brewery. There is a house cocktail tariff and am extensive wine list, but worth losing your wallet if it is your turn to go to the bar. Food £9-12 range and looked decent on a Sunday afternoon. £4.40 for a half of Gentleman’s Wit and a bottle of coke which seemed reasonable so they can't be overcharging for a half by much. I've not seen this before, but they have hung blackboards with lists of their beers in the men's toilet. I guess it gives you something to think about. A nice place.
BitterShurn - 5 Sep 2016 21:53
On my way to Champion Hill and onto Lordship Lane with time for a pit stop in the Palmerston, a pub that I have not been in for over 5 years & have never reviewed on here.

A lot more quieter than the previous 2 pubs but this mainly down to not doing brunch (maybe a tad too late) and not having the rugby on.

3 pumps with real ales which were Timothy Taylor Landlord, Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter and Sharps Doombar. None of these took my fancy so it was another bottle selection, Bude Breweries Black Rock @ 5.1%

A very dark interior greets you as you enter and it does feel slightly gloomy inside. Full wood flooring is great and there's a smart original marble fireplace to your left as you come in from Lordship Lane.

Relatively busy with probably more people drinking than eating however the Palmerston does feel more like a restaurant than a pub.

Not bad and is saved from a moderate score by a good bottle selection
lezford - 26 Mar 2015 13:19
Lovely food, the atmosfere it's very very nice and they've got the coolest staff around here... Impressive!
lolaeastdulwich2 - 15 May 2008 10:47
nothing to say
mscheeky - 6 Apr 2008 17:06

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