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Address: 109 East Street, Walworth, London, SE17 2SB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8049) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Elephant and Castle (0.6 miles), Kennington (0.7 miles), Borough (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Elephant & Castle (0.5 miles), London Bridge (1.2 miles), London Waterloo East (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.4/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Masons Arms, Walworth

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These reviews are really, really negative and quite unjustified. Yes, the place is a little dirty, and probably doesn't attract people in the highest of income brackets - but that doesn't warrant such sneering comments. I stumbled in here by accident, and I had a great Sunday afternoon - the people in there were all very friendly, and the bar staff perfectly polite. It is in no way pretentious, it is just an honest friendly place. I didn't think it was woeful at all - i thought it was quite charming, here were people having a drink on a Sunday, after either having been to the market or working on it all day (it was a bitterly cold day in January), relaxing, talking to their friends. It also had a relly good mix of different people in there, from really quite young to a really nice old couple who came in, he for his Guiness and she for her port. The second time I went again I found the same environment - and again, I really don't understand the idea that it is in anyway dark or shady or full of dregs, unless it is just snobbery. It is what a pub should be like - completely unpretentious, just a good, honest place to go and have a drink. AND, the music they played was brilliant; if a little strange, they seemed to have some sort of CD which skipped from Sinatra, to Sinitta, to Dizzee (I know I have spelt that wrong!) Rascal, to Tammy Wynette and then to the Supremes. It really was a great pub, exactly what a pub should be.
mowll - 15 Mar 2010 12:43
I could not agree more.. went here for a laugh as i had read the reviews.... low life are us.... 0/10
hatandscarf - 15 Dec 2009 23:00
By far the worst pub on "the lane". Full of very strange alcoholic people all unemployed but can afford to spend all day in this establishment (great to see our taxes going to a good cause). I got speaking to a grumpy unemployed plumber I think he called himself Delboy, horrible little man had a chip on his shoulder, moaning about getting sacked from the gas board. This is the sort of place that was sorted by the Great Fire of London
anonymous - 7 Jun 2008 13:57
I must agree with the last comments, this place should be closed down, seems to be a hangout for all the lazy types around this area, full of drunks and plenty of c*ke in the bogs.
letmein - 21 Oct 2007 21:07
This place is full of jillses,
avoid at all costs, seems to be
the hang out of all the dregs of
the area.
anonymous - 11 Oct 2007 20:09

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