King's Head, Colliers Wood station
our final review
posted by jack on 28/1/2003
An unspoiled 1930s suburban pub beginning to show it's age a bit. Nonetheless it's a friendly enough boozer for this part of town. Reduced prices for the Young's ales on our visit - can't promise they'll be there if you look in - and old fashioned pub grub on the menu too. It covers the basics well enough and the punters looked content with their lot. Friendly barman too. Maybe not one if you're after an exciting night out but there's worse in the area. A spot of TLC on the interior would work a treat
That's not the end of the story - tell us what you know about this pub
This pub is no longer open, but that doesn't mean we're not interested in it any more. If you have anything to tell fancyapint.com readers about this pub, let us know using the comments below, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It might be something about its history, an anecdote about the past, what the future plans are for it, or even it's reopened again as a pub - it has been known to happen.
18 High Street, Colliers Wood station, Colliers Wood station, SW19 1DN