Beautiful old English pub, quaint interesting and cozy and their Guinness was nice and cold loved the plates hanging up around the lounge. The atmosphere was good
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A small (only two rooms) and a very cozy pub, which is considered to be a great place for long drinking conversations for a pint, and then another pint, and then how it will turn out. The main bait is the ales of all varieties...More
Very much a 'local', and well supported by the community, The Royal Oak has much to offer, in terms of traditional ales and a timeless décor and style of times gone by. Upstairs, a private dining room was the venue for our late lunch party:...More
I grew up on Harveys and seek out any opportunity to enjoy a pint. This place is great for that and keeps its beers very well indeed. It offers traditional snacks like pickled eggs and the food is fantastic good country pub grub. They've resisted...More
Given the white heat of gentrification nearby in South London, the Royal Oak is an oasis of an old fashioned boozer dedicated to Harveys' great traditional ales. Step inside and you'd think you were a world and decades away.
A traditional, street corner boozer in what appears to be a residential part of town slightly off the tourist trail, this pub is unlikely to have changed much for decades even down to the fact that they still have net curtains hung up in the...More
One of my fave pubs - superb Harvey's ales, great food, utterly authentic Borough ambience and Victorian decor. No music, no distractions, just the sound of conversation.
I love Harvey's beer and I really wanted to love this pub, but I found it just a bit too shabby, and it felt grubby. The fish and chips I had was very disappointing with dry fish, hard peas, and not great tasting chips. It...More