Hare and Billett

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If you are a real ale fan The Hare and Billet is serving from ten new handpumps. So we can sell from small, mostly local, craft breweries.

We carry a selection of rotating keg beers from the best breweries in London & a craft bottled beer selection from the USA & Belgium.

The wine list has been carefully selected. It will focus on small producers; biodynamic, organic & natural wines from around the world.

We will be serving lunch & dinner everyday from our brand new kitchen. The food is fresh, seasonal & local where possible, & our menu will change daily. A sample menu is below but think pies, braises, stews, roasts, game, shellfish & lots of dishes to share.

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1A Hare & Billet Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 0QJ

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Hare and Billett

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1A Hare & Billet Road
Blackheath
London
SE3 0QJ
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Blackheath, Null

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3 out of 5 based on 17 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Hare and Billett

1.0 out of 5 9 February 2014
by Tim D.

We went here for Sunday lunch and received very poor service, the website claims that they server food from noon until 8pm on a Sunday and we turned up at around 3.30pm to find the place fairly full.

There was no room in the restaurant area but the polite waiter there informed us that we were more than welcome to order food if we found a table in the bar area, although that they'd be taking...more

5.0 out of 5 2 June 2013
by Blackheath C.

Thought it was worth noting that the Hare and Billet was recently refurbd with real ales and gourmet food... I think this is the first review since the refurb. The food that was available was exquisiteness cooked. Feta and broad bean salad stater was fresh and rich with the flavour of the ingredients rather than the flavour of an over eager vinaigrette. The lamb came with the best slice off...more

3.0 out of 5 20 January 2012
by Paul W.

My second time reviewing this pub, but the first time I've had a meal here. Wife and I picked a quiet(ish) Friday afternoon, and had a pretty relaxed late lunch.

Food was hot, plentiful and tasty (I had the fish and chips - not as boring as it sounds - while my wife had the vegetarian Glamorgan burger; we had onion rings as a side dish). Desserts were a good apple pie (with ice-cream) and a...more

2.0 out of 5 1 July 2011
by Chris F.

Idyllic location with all the parkland around it. You wouldn't believe how close you are to the centre of London.

But bad bad Greene King Beer. I went for Moorland Original as I had not heard of it before, but it was no escape, it was unmistakably Greene King. Shame..as the pub looks so nice. Hopefully Greene King will expand their experimental scheme allowing pubs to buy from local micros...more

2.0 out of 5 9 November 2010
by Chris R.

Sunday. The day of Roasts. Without wanting to side with one particular place to get "the best roast in London", this Sunday's outing lead me to the Hare & Billet in Blackheath.

The pub was relatively busy and full of people eating. Upon further inspection, there were really only about 12 or so tables available. One of the bigger ones was occupied by the Manager/Owner doing the books, which...more