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A country pub in the heart of London, dating back to 1856.. The Telegraph retains much of the charm of a traditional pub yet offers a very modern approach to dining. Tucked away from busy roads and prying eyes, The Telegraph is surrounded by the greenery of the Heath, providing visitors with an opportunity to really get away from it all as they relax in the stylish bar and dining room or under the vine laden pergola of the pub’s pretty garden. With the only large function room in the area, above the bar & restaurant, seating up to 90 people or 140 standing the Telegraph offers no hire charge for this decadent space. Though unpretentious, The Telegraph’s menu is nonetheless full of beautifully presented and deliciously skillfully prepared dishes. Pub classics are listed alongside modern European plates and excellent grazing boards.

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4 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Telegraph

4.0 out of 5 9 November 2011
by Helen E.

It was a lovely surprise to find this 'country pub' in London, nestled amongst trees on the edge of Putney Heath. As a soothing approximation of the actual thing, it's a very enjoyable novelty. Nice big pub garden and large rooms decorated in a traditional pub style.

The food was average.

I recommend a cycle trip or walk out this way - Putney Heath, Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common are...more

4.0 out of 5 22 May 2011
by Sam S.

Excellent find during a walk from Wandsworth to Wimbledon. Very large country-style pub that has been there since the early 19th Century.

The choice of beer/ale in London pubs is a perennial disappointment. The standard options seem to be mass-produced rubbish or horrendously over-priced imports from the US or Europe in cringeworthy theme bars. In this respect, The Telegraph is really...more

4.0 out of 5 13 September 2010
by Linda D.

I'm not sure that I would think of The Telegraph as a quaint olde-english pub - but it's surroundings certainly make you feel as though you've travelled down country lanes to reach it. Putney Heath has a very rural feel and you definitely feel that it is miles away from the centre of London. The pub itself is very spacious and there is plenty of space for parking.

We visited today for the...more

5.0 out of 5 3 March 2009
by Al K.

The Telegraph has been reborn. A historic site, which now offers a contempory and stylish setting within a traditional country pub, in the heart of Putney Heath, hence "Your Country Pub in London".

The Telegraph offers classic food, a wonderful wine list and great British ales. There is food in the evening and all day on Friday, Saturday and Sundays.

They have a curry night on Thursdays,...more

4.0 out of 5 27 August 2008
by John S.

The Telegraph Inn underwent a renovation a couple of years ago, where it received a much needed facelift inside and out. It describes itself as a country pub in the city, which is pretty accurate as it sits away from any major developments just half a mile down from Putney Heath (or a mile up the hill from Putney Mainline station). In fact this strength is also a weakness, because it can take...more