The Kennington, Kennington
On first impressions, there's little to differentiate this one with its hard wood furnishings from a myriad of other London pub makeovers. Added to the rather standard range of lagers and beers at the bar, we had this one down as a rather mundane pub. We were pleasantly surprised then, that the atmosphere of this one more than made up for it. A good mix of SE5 locals inhabit the place, and it's all helped along by the very cheery bar staff. Add to the equation excellent value pub grub and a varied list of music nights and you have a pub that nestles in at a 3 pinter in our ratings. It's also your best bet on the long drag from Oval to Camberwell.
21 Apr 2012
The Kennington Pub and Kitchen opened it's doors mid March 2012 - Previous reviews refer to it's former incarnation as The Black Sheep. Under new ownership and with new Head Chef, Adam wilding, the pub is going from strength to strength. With 2 ales plus a guest each week, alongside our new menu, with daily specials and the best Sunday Roast in town, it's certainly with a try. Come and check us out!
60 Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, London, SE5 0RS
020 7735 9990
How to get there
Door-to-door journey planner
How to find the The Kennington pub
Easiest way to get to this one is catching the bus (36, 185 or 436) or it's a long walk from Oval tube.
Come along and enjoy our delicious food, wines and traditional ales in a relxed and comfortable environment.