Gipsy Queen, Norwood
our final review
posted by columbo on 20/10/2006
Small, packed with locals, grubby; the Gypsy Queen's recently decorated exterior is somewhat misleading. It's one of those places with copper-covered tables and stools that date from the winter of discontent, where a departing customer is bade farewell by half the customers. Do yourself a favour - leave it to the locals.
Long gone. Now converted into flats.
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20 Norwood High Street, Norwood, London, SE27 9NR
From West Norwood train station, turn left and walk up the hill before turning left down Ernest Avenue. On reaching Norwood High Street, turn left - the pub is on your left.