The Three Stags sell a variety of drinks and serves a selection of gastopub pub fare from a light bite to locally sourced mains that is available from noon til mid evening. Catering for private parties of up to 100 people is available upon request in function room upstairs that often serves as an art gallery. Covered outside eating is offered with heating for the cold months.
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The Three Stags
67-69 Kennington RoadLambethLondonSE1 7PZ
- +44 (0)796 387 8536
- Public transport:
- Lambeth North, Underground
Not a bad place.
The food is actually really good. The atmosphere is missing something but I can't quite put my finger on it...more
Straight opposite my hotel was this pub, advertsing Ale. I went over somewhat dubious as the southerners don't know how to serve a proper pint. I ordered a pint of Hopback Summer Lightning and was pleased to see it come complete with frothy head i.e the proper way. It tasted good too.
The food menu looked good but a bit expensive. Toilets clean.
Only drawback to this place is the overwhelming...more
We use this friendly pub each time we go up to Waterloo station.
I visit the Imperial War Museum then go for late lunch.
We have a full meal with starters and beer (Amstells) and wine (Pinot Grigio).
Last week I took my son and after seeing what we wanted to see we sat in the raised bay window of the main area.
I had their Tiger Prawns and a superb plate of Cumberland Sausage and...more
That was where I encountered a Deaf Slovakian and has a blastin' time with him while chatting with some interesting, different sign languages.
I did not realize about that Three Stags until I looked at that board standing next to the front door, then reading it.. The Famous Charlie Chaplin visited there and drank some delicious bitter. The foam did flow upon his upper lip without his infamous...more
I don't feel like I got enough of an impression of this place really. Went to the bar, got a nice ale (from I believe3 on offer) sat down in the corner near the door where my view of the pub was pretty much obscured for the rest of my stay.
At some point a kindly acquaintance replenished my beverage so I didn't even need to venture out and forage for supplies.
What I did see and taste...more