23 Pubs and Bars found in or around West Norwood (Train Station)

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The Rosendale

The Rosendale in West Dulwich has been reborn. Once a Victorian coaching inn, the pub boasts a spacious bar, large dining area as well as two private rooms. Outside is similarly enchanting with three separate gardens. The...

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0.55mi
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The Hope

It's not the greatest pub in the Young's franchise, but the Hope is your best bet in Norwood. It's close to the train station and would be a handy place to meet people. The bright, comfortable interior is decorated with mirrors...

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0.18mi
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The Railway

It's usually a fair rule of thumb that any pub next to a suburban train station - especially one named The Railway - is a place to avoid. Not here though. Indeed this one's by far your best bet for a drink in the area. It's...

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Rose & Crown

Confession time. Dino's underage daughter used to frequent the Rose and Crown when she wanted a 'quiet pint' with her friends. Unfortunately so did her headmistress. But it sums up a place which serves a mixed community from...

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The Conquering Hero

Was it W.C. Fields who said: 'I like children but I couldn't eat a whole one'? If that's your view you'll welcome the sign here saying children (under 14) are admitted only if eating 'a substantial meal'. So no brats with a bag...

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Norwood Hotel

It looks pretty grim from the outside, but the Norwood Hotel is smarter than you'd expect within. It's furnished in the traditional carpet and wooden rails style, and has a decent pool table at the back. Guinness is just 1.50...

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Horns Tavern

A reasonable locals' pub split into two separate areas. The Horns Tavern has several TVs for watching football, a pool table and serves food. London Pride stands out amongst an otherwise bland choice of beers.

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The White Hart

A shabby and rather melancholy dive, it's remarkable that this one's still standing given the verging-on-derelict state of the exterior. Sure, it fulfils a need for its band of regular drinkers but it's unlikely you'll want to...

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0.58mi
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Tulse Hill Tavern

Situated on a busy junction of roads, the Tulse Hill Tavern is one of those pubs where on entering heads turn, pool balls stop and all eyes are on you. Escaping to the back room is an option (or taking a seat outside which...

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Alleyn's Head

Where are all the pubs in Dulwich? Perhaps the smaller boozers closed down and passed their customers onto gargantuan places like this. The Alleyn's Head has all the class and character of a Midlands Harvester with conference...

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