Using quality, seasonal ingredients, The Phoenix Denmark Hill serves up a selection of pub classics and light bites. Also serving a popular Sunday roast and a range of real ales and craft beers, The Phoenix is a character-packed pub complete with exposed bricks, arched windows and stripped floors.
Venue Details & Map
Windsor WalkLondonSE5 8BB
- +44 (0)20 7703 8767
- Public transport:
- Denmark Hill, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Phoenix
I was looking for a place to meet a friend in the area, and I'd passed this place on the way to the station a couple times. Not being my neck of the woods and not wanting to wander far, we picked it more as a 'ok then' option than with any expectations - it is a station pub after all.
Except it's really not. This place would be at home in Angel and probably give several of my local's a run... more
A cool pub attached to a station, quite ornate in places.
Although most of our number went elsewhere when they saw that only
Doom Bar and London Pride were available, we decided to stay awhile.
It looks like they do have some more interesting beers at times so our
timing was unfortunate.They also have some keg options of note, in
particular the excellent Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. more
Nice enough pub, huge clock hanging over your head. There are doors leading onto the station, but they have been sealed shut. Fancy fish & chips with pea puree rather than mushy peas, on the lunch menu at £11.75. A bit out of my price range. 4 real ale taps, though only 3 on. Portobello Bronze Star at £4.40, also Doombar & Speckled Hen. more
My housemate loves the Phoenix and we came here to kick off his birthday celebrations the other week. It is easy to find, it is above Denmark Hill station, if you are in any doubt it has a massive railway clock suspended from the ceiling which gives it a quirky feel.
It served a good range of beer on tap including the Mean Time stuff which I have been obsessed with since going on their... more
This place has undergone a few incarnations over the years including an early Firkin, a lamentable O'Neills and now under the Mitchell & Butler umbrealla its plain old Phoenix again.
As Tim said, pubs in stations are places best avoided (just check out that scene in Get Carter if you don't believe me) but every rule needs its exception.
With it's high ceiling, funky sixties style mezzanine... more