Locally loved and critically acclaimed, award winning The Crooked Well is a neighbourhood restaurant and bar well worth visiting. British/Modern European food, served in a relaxed environment by people who really know their stuff. Artisan cocktails and a beautiful wine list, selected by owner Hector & Master Sommelier Dimitri Mesnard, with a comprehensive back bar make this the perfect spot for just a tipple as well as great dining location. Private dining rooms available for all occasions. Please email email@example.com for more details.
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The Crooked Well
16 Grove LaneCamberwellLondonSE5 8SY
- Public transport:
- Denmark Hill, National Railway
Wow what a roast chicken! Famished after walking for hours, we were ready for a feast but we still couldn't finish the ENTIRE sharing chicken placed before us, complete with huge yorkshire puddings. Cooked beautifully and with fab stuffing to accompany it, the roasties were a bit overcooked and there wasn't enough gravy for both of us, however the service was great and I'm sure we could've...more
A great, bright pub to enjoy a drink and a meal at, for an admittedly higher price than I'm used to! But my mum came from the States so we had to go out of budget at least once.
We came here for lunch and both had steaks - super tasty, though the ribeye is much better than the picanha. The cafe de Paris butter that it came with was delicious, though my mum wasn't a huge fan. Thankfully it's...more
Great atmosphere and really chilled out design, waiting staff was friendly and helpful plus the free glass of wine with yelp check in is a great added benefit. We had the Sunday roast for two which was very tasty and also ecstatically pleasing served on a chopping board. Maybe the only down side was the price but it's still not too bad. :)more
The Crooked Well is a pleasant enough pub, tucked away from the traffic of Camberwell Church Street. Its food is reasonable, its beer selection lacking and its service pretty good overall.
We were here for the Sunday roast, after its identification as having one London's best such roasts. I really don't think it's that good: above average, maybe, but nowhere near the heights of the Ship in...more
Really nice decor and the service was pleasant. I just felt the menu was a little tired and overpriced for what it was. Very traditional but without anything standout.
Polenta? nah not for me.
The wine list was decent but expensive.
That being said it was a Monday and very quiet. Good location and I'll come back to try it out again.more