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.
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The Crown & Greyhound
73 Dulwich VillageDulwichLondonSE21 7BJ
- +44 (0)20 8299 4976
- Public transport:
- North Dulwich, National Railway
Definitely not the cheapest pub in the area, but that's not the worst of it. I have never been so appalled with the poor atmosphere and shockingly poor staff attitude. It was like a couple in their 60s were drunk, were served more wine, fell over at the table leaving a large glass of wine across the table and another across the floor, staff looked on, none felt the need to help get the 60+...more
Not a bad pub, with a nice bar & garden. The main gripe I have with the pub is the restaurant. Everything about it should be good, however it is just chaotic, understaffed & slow. This is disappointing, as the food itself is good & of a high quality. The few times I have gone have been on a Sunday & so this maybe the reason.more
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
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