Set within the urban valley of Dulwich Village, The Crown & Greyhound restaurant in London serves classic British pub food from an extensive menu. The back garden patio caters for al fresco dining, and is framed by a quirky makeshift wall and windows. Inside, feature stained glass windows throw colourful shafts of light across the dining area, highlighting the traditional chunky furnishing and ornate wooden panels.
Venue Details & Map
The Crown & Greyhound
73 Dulwich VillageDulwichLondonSE21 7BJ
- +44 (0)20 8299 4976
- Public transport:
- North Dulwich, National Railway
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We popped in here for lunch today when Dulwich Picture Gallery couldn't find us a table. It was a vey mixed experience and I wish I could give the place 3.5 stars instead of 4 - let me tell you why...
The building itself is gorgeous, lots of lovely stained glass, nooks, crannies, little rooms, big rooms, a circular bar in the middle and it has a really nice eclectic, not too cluttered, warm...more
A proper local pub for local people.
This is a nice enough place, though unless you're a posh-ish Dulwichite, you may feel a bit out of place. It's all families and rambling rooms and a nice upstairs and it doesn't at all feel like it's in Zone 3.
More like it's Dulwich village time.
Proper good pub grub, a couple of real ales, and it's a good old place. Especially nice on a Sunday...more
The Crown and Greyhound (or the dog as it's called locally) is a charming pub in a charming area. With two huge bar areas, a dining room and large front and back beer gardens there is always somewhere to sit, despite its well deserved local popularity.
The pub serves up homemade traditional English food ( a little pricey but this is Dulwich don't you know) as well as real ales and top notch...more
Very large pub this, with plenty of taps to go round.
Nicely mismatched seating throughout the 2 bar areas & seemingly has all its original wood/glasswork. Non-intrusive but well chosen music on.
Didn't venture into the beer garden but I imagine it's a good size too & that the whole place is very popular of a weekend.
The menu was certainly tending towards the gastro end of the market...more