A few hundred yards up from Tooting Broadway station this is a deceptively large pub. As you enter the doors you slam head first into the bar, making it feel like one of those compact and small pubs.
However round to the left you will find a huge open space with tables and TV's.
This pub has a nice blend of modern with tradition and serves a good range of drinks. By this I mean it has some...more
My hockey club held its annual dinner at the function room at The Antelope
Accessed by a separate entrance from the side road, the function room is upstairs with its own bar and toilets (unisex but thankfully with separate cublcles!)
The management were very helpful in setting things up with our hockey committee and the food buffet was good value at £15 per head, giving an international...more
Tooting has been gentrified. The Antelope is perfect example of said gentrification. A gentile, friendly pub with "vintage" pub tables and leather sofas serving a large variety of beers, ales and some ciders.
The restauranty bit in the "middle" of the pub (there are 3 rooms) looked lovely and posh and the food did smell lovely (we didn't sample). Back room was a bit loud.more
Super delicious Sunday roast with friendly staff and a roaring atmosphere. Very baby friendly, and may I say, baby popular - never have I seen that many (well behaved) babies in a pub. But then I haven't been to a pub in Tooting before, either.
The friendly waitress seated us promptly as soon as she learnt that we were only three of us. The Sunday 2PM crowd looked fairly eager, albeit relaxed...more
If you're in Tooting and want a drink there is only one place to go, The Tram. When the Tram is full (one in, one out as it so often is past 9pm) walk a little further down the road to it's big sister The Antelope. Older, wiser, sexier in a "mature" way you won't be disappointed. I think this is a five star pub but I'll need to go again, just to check and be sure, all in the made of Yelp of...more