Crown, Grove Park
This handsome building was built in 1876 on the grounds of an earlier pub (with Young's assuming control in 1896) so you'd expect it to be well-run, and it is. A good range of beer and food is on offer, and there was a good atmosphere to the place on our visit. A real fire and comfortable seating also helped matters. The Crown is out of the way but comes recommended for those in the area.
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117 Burnt Ash Hill, Grove Park, London, SE12 0AJ
020 8857 6607
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How to find the Crown pub
Alight at Lee mainline station, turn left and walk up Burnt Ash Hill for ten minutes or so, crossing the main road on the way. The pub's on the left.