Old Tiger's Head, Lee

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Looking spick and span from the outside - particularly compared to the boarded up New Tiger's Head across the road - the Old Tiger's Head serves the need of a good few of the local residents. The staples of many a South London pub - a big screen for the sport and a pool table at the side (rather close to the front door, so careful on entering) - are all present and correct, and there's also a beer garden for quieter moments (and a puff or two). Probably we'd have got more out of this one if we'd have been locals, but as a thirst quencher on the Lee High Road, it does the job.
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09 Aug 2012
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It's a rough local's pub, so probably best avoided unless you want to sit amongst tables of people from the local council estate. I was wearing jeans, and felt out of place with everyone else wearing stained tracksuit bottoms.

The interior is old and run down and bizzarely includes some stuffed toy tiger heads in the corners.

There's a minimal selection of standard lagers (Carling, Fosters, Stella etc..). Apparently they do live music, but I wouldn't want to go back to find out. Go to Blackheath or Greenwich instead if you prefer a nice atmosphere for a drink.

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351 Lee High Road, Lee, London, SE12 8RU
020 8244 2014
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