Crown and Greyhound, apart from serving beer and food, acts as venue for a wine society, a poetry group, holding wedding receptions and it has a license for civic marriages.
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The Crown & Greyhound
73 Dulwich VillageDulwichLondonSE21 7BJ
- +44 (0)20 8299 4976
- Public transport:
- North Dulwich, National Railway
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
We wandered past this pub on the way down to the park. Our plans almost waivered somewhat, just on account of how inviting and lovely this pub looked on a gloriously sunny day. Beautiful people in the sunshine, sipping ice cold ciders and enjoying life. It's the dream. But on we went, to Dulwich Park, and had a thoroughly nice day.
On the way back however, we couldn't not stop in. The seats...more
I'm definitely a fan of the Crown and Greyhound which is conveniently located right in the heart of Dulwich Village. It's got reliably good food, quick service and a decent range of beer. My favourite aspect of it though is its sprawling interior, with plenty of space, nooks and crannies to take up drinking and eating positions. The matching of tables and chairs is charmingly ramshackle, with...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