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The Prince Regent, Herne Hill - pub details

Prince Regent
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Address: 69, Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London, SE24 0NJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7278) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://theprinceregent.co.uk

Nearest tube station Brixton (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Herne Hill (0.3 miles), Brixton (0.7 miles), North Dulwich (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 65 users)
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user reviews of The Prince Regent, Herne Hill

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Large pub opposite the Lido. Had a very nice pint of Springhead Outlawed,3.8%, £3.90. Dog friendly pub, would happily go again if passing by.
southlondonbeero - 4 Dec 2016 15:50
This pub is just opposite Brockwell Lido. The welcome wasn't the warmest. I was expecting the landlord/bar manager to serve me. But he seemed too self-important to do that and was more concerned with reading something off his mobile phone to serve a customer. Neverthless, the pub interior was nice enough and I didn't have to wait too long before the other guy behind the bar served me. Prices were also cheaper than the nearby Florence. Ales were Sharps Doom Bar, Woodfordes Wherry, Cross Bay Zenith & Purity Mad Goose. Cider was Stowford Press.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Jul 2015 14:27
The atmosphere was happy and lively, with families eating the excellent-looking Sunday food. The large bowl of clams one child was eating smelt delicious. We sat on the bar stools and enjoyed fine pints of Whitstable Pale Ale. An assortment of reggae and ska gently throbbed at a civilised level.

The decor is traditional, woody, with a high ceiling making for an uncrowded, airy feel.

I'd certainly stop by again.
eddybeer - 12 Apr 2015 15:31
Arrived here on a quiet Thursday afternoon and it's a handsome place indeed with some beautiful Victorian fittings. The ale selection was good and the food menu looked appealing. A good stop off after a stroll around Brockwell Park or a visit to the Lido.
BoehmBawerk - 2 Apr 2015 17:15
Large old fashioned pub to the side of Brockwell Park and bang opposite the Lido.

2 separate areas inside, a main bar area with lots of wooden tables, chairs and stools and then there's a open plan area that's laid out more for diners, though food can be eaten throughout the pub.

Old wooden floors board run through the whole place and wood is very dominant.

Obviously an ex Truman pub given by the large mirror that hangs on a side wall in the dining area.

Good selection of lagers (though all European) and ciders. 4 real ales on tap, 1 each from Harvey's, Purity and Woodfordes. The guest ale was American Pale Ale from the Milestone brewery. The guest was £3.45 a pint which is better than the £4.00 I paid in Holborn the other night.

Nice touch on a notice board is Guest Ales coming soon with tasting notes.

Now, here's the question is this a pub that serves food or a restaurant with a decent bar??

Considering I visited early Saturday afternoon all but 5% of the customers were eating (as well as drinking), so visit and make your own mind up.
lezford - 6 Jan 2013 14:48

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