Miller and Carter, Havering-atte-Bower

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
An overpoweringly large establishment that includes both a spacious bar and a three-storey Beef eatery, Camelot is blessed with a relatively scenic location. Hills roll gently to the west, blackberry-, conker- and horse rider-filled Hainault Forest lies immediately to the South, magnificent (wo) men in their flying machines frequently pass overhead, thanks to the proximity of Stapleford Aerodrome. There are plenty of tables outside, generously arranged across a refreshingly green area, ideal for summer afternoon drinks, and close, but (possibly) not too close, to a children's play area. It's a pity, then, that, inside, the pub is rather formulaic and bland, and haunted by the inescapable stench of the most tedious brand of middle-of-the-road music imaginable. Therefore, we reckon that, when the weather permits, you'd be better off enjoying the draught London Pride or Flowers outside, as the atmosphere of oppressive and uncultured banality inside soon grates. Another thing: despite the isolated location in remotest Lambourne End, Camelot is not really a local village pub, but attracts people who drive in from miles around. The clientele are pure Sarf Essex: mouthy blokes in loud shirts sporting excessive quantities of bad jewellery and hair-gel, and girls showing off their navels left right and centre as if they were a biological innovation. Of course, some might regard this in a positive light...
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Manor Road, Collier Row, London, RM4 1NH
020 8500 7712
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