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I visited this pub on the recommendation of a friend. I was not disappointed.
I found the food to be very good and the service to match. Waitress ‘Laurie’ was very engaging and efficient. I had Fish & Chips and the portion was generous and...More
Three of us went for Sunday lunch ..two had beef...very tough and we asked for sharper knifes.....was not greatly improved ... A third had chicken and she said it was nothing to write home about .....staff friendly but I expect that at what are high...More
The Vauxhall Griffin used to be one of my favourite London pubs - a warm, friendly local with lots of character and a real community feel (the upstairs room was made available to local groups free of charge). Not any more. The developers have moved...More
After reading reviews expected more of this pub. Food menu wasn't very adventurous but my pie and veg was plentiful, hearty and hot.
Ale wasn't as good as I'd hoped. Not much atmosphere in the early evening but I think there was going to be...More
Just popped in for lunch, pub was empty bar a table of four ladies. Two men arrived ten minutes after me and ordered full mains and received food before me. I order a side of fried chicken and a plate of chips and waited over...More
We have been to this lovely traditional pub a couple of times before just for drinks. Yesterday we decided to try it for Sunday lunch.
Firstly the welcome is genuine, warm and friendly. They have a nice range of beers and happy for you to...More
Nice little pub have a Sunday roast fairly often it has become very hit and miss run out of veg and the meat either over done or very very very rare ... Lunch menu is terrible ...... Beers and wines very good as is the...More
Too many pub lack soul and charcture. Go to the Vauxhall Griffin for a good food, a good choice of beers and plenty of characture. Filming for 24 took place in the Vauxhall Griffin as I guess the producers wanted to feature a typical south...More