The New Cross House Pub in New Cross, South East London. Taking back its original name, The New Cross House is now open.
Woodstone oven making freshly cooked pizzas along with full menu of other pub favourites. Great selection of beers and wines which can be enjoyed in a cosy booth or outside in the beer garden. Family and dog friendly.
£25 and under
Really sad cause it used to be my favourite venue.. Since the pub company was bought by the youngs group everything declined.
I was there on a Sunday for a pizza, but they couldn't do them. Fair enough, but they also ran out of all their roasts apart from the vegetarian option. When I ordered a hotdog, they came back and said I couldn't have one cause they also ran out.
Now I understand...more
Came here one Sunday looking for a hearty lunch with a friend who had just ran her first half marathon (my boyfriend "ran a marathon with his eyes" whilst searching out the crowds for her, so he was super hungry too...)
She lives nearby so this is her local. On a Sunday they don't offer their pizzas which I understand is on their menu during the week, but rather they offer a Sunday roast...more
Ok, I did finally eat here, after having many many drinks, and I was nonplussed with the vegetarian foot-long dog. It was dry and tasteless (and no, this is not what I'm used to from vegetarian food. I was a happy veggie for 7 years.)
I asked for some jalapenos on the side, to liven it up, and it took about 10 minutes for them to arrive, only after I asked another server if they were on...more
Visited here recently with a group for Sunday lunch. Love the look of the place, light and airy with plenty of seating and friendly service despite being a bit slow on occasion.
A pretty varied menu and I was expecting pretty good things considering the price of the dishes. Sunday lunch starts from £11 for the veggie option and £13 for pork, beef or chicken. Other items included foot long hot...more
Table football and ping pong... This place has without a doubt the best beer garden in South East London that I've been to.. A large, spacious two-storey barn with wood burning fires and sofas, this is a stark contrast to the previous management's urine fragranced shed.
The drinks, whilst pricey for the area are high quality, with an excellent selection of ales and posh lagers. All of this is...more