The Palmerston is a gastro pub famed for its cuisine and was crowned winner of the 'Best Gastro Pub in London, Gold Award 2006' by the LBC/Independent newspaper. The pub has also been awarded an AA Rosette for the last five years, offering a wide variety of of modern British cuisine in comfortable surroundings.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
91 Lordship LaneLondonSE22 8EP
- Public transport:
- East Dulwich, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Palmerston
One of two very good eating pubs along this stretch of road; the food is good, the beer well kept, and on a balmy summer's evening you can comfortably sit outside. I have heard people say they've had the occasional duff meal here, but on the half dozen or so occasions I've eaten at the Palmerston, I've not encountered this. Incidentally, as a bit of trivia, apparently much of the planning for... more
wasn't particularly impressed by The Palmerston, despite the reviews. however 2 stars may be harsh.
the venue is passed its best and really
could with a spruce up. dirty toilets and a new paint job in order.
we came late on Saturday night ordered mains only and waited nearly 45 mins. my steak was decent but my friends very fatty and more rare than medium. I think the fish dish... more
All our visiting family have been here with us over the years as it is a great pub with great food. Last night's meal was no different. I has grilled goats cheese with caramelised pears & celery and walnut salad. The flavours were amazing together. My husband & I shared the cote de boeuf which came with dauphinois. Another great course. We finished with a shared chocolate pithivier (pie)..I... more
Great place for a great diner! We went there for an early xmas diner with the whole family. The type of food is European/British. We decided to go for a starter and main course and skipped the desert because we were so full.
The wine list is great with foreigner wines coming from Australia and was good, we chose the Shiraz.
The food is very good and I went for squids as starter and the lamb... more
One of the best gastropubs I have dined at in South London, with a quality selection of beers, ales and cider to boot.
Worth checking out, but best to book in advance if you plan to visit on the weekend. more