Winner of the 1997-1998 Licensee of the year award run by the London brewers association, Lord Clyde is a traditional London beer house, selling real ale. It was built in the early 1900's and hosts a great historical atmosphere. They have a bar menu for lunch serving traditional home made English pub food as well as a selection of snacks which are available throughout the day until 10.30pm. A variety of entertainment is provided including fruit machines, a dart board and background music.
27 Clennam Street, Southwark, London, SE1 1ER
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+44 (0)20 7407 3397
This place is on the way home from work and I've been meaning to stop in. I popped in for lunch today just to check it out. I had the steak and ale pie with mash which was very good. The lady had a burger and for my taste was too well done, but had a nice onion flavor. There seemed to be a few locals stopping in for a mid-day pint (this concept is foreign to me but awesome) and there was a...more
This is a real local's pub with character.
Much like the Royal Oak on the other side of the Borough High Street, except that it's older and homelier and less bright.
A solid selection of standard and unusual ales on tap with decent flavour.
I might not come on a day when there's an England game on, as I suspect there'd be a rash of St George's Cross-painted faces (not that there's...more