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78 /100 116 BURNT ASH ROAD
“Excellent service, friendly and knowledgeable and engaging. Selection isn’t very large - five taps - but all interesting, small English micros. A bit pricey, especially for something on the sidelines of London (relatively). Food looks like regular pub fare, didn’t try. Would definitely visit again. Perhaps not worth the detour to this small borough - unless you’re doing a tour of Blackheath (Hare & Billet, Oddbins), Lee (this place and Station Hotel) and Catford (Catford Bridge Tavern, unless they close it down) - all easily and quickly reachable with bus 202.“
Erasmus_ro 2585 days ago
76 /100
Lee Off Licence (Beer Store)
125 BURNT ASH ROAD
“Used to be a Thresher store but following the store closures/sell off this store became a independent off licence. This off licence sits almost opposite The Lord Northbrook pub (i have reviewed earlier) where I first tried Old Dairy Brewery brews and they normally always have one or more on rotation there. As a result of the popularity of this brewer at the pub the Lee off licence across the road has been stocking their bottle conditioned range. They have a whole shelf dedicated to them with around 7 or 8 of the line available. In addition they also have a good range of other bottles as well from the likes of Adnams/Fullers etc plus a large selection of European lagers/pilsners and the usual big names. The range of wines and spirits they have are also very impressive/diverse, with many names/lines you would not find in the average high street off licence. Staff are friendly and welcoming and will give you updates on anything new coming in etc. Prices are good as well, will pay more for the more craft/unusual harder to source but the mainline ranges are normal high street prices. Well worth a visit if you live in the area.“
Desverger 2860 days ago
80 /100 116 BURNT ASH ROAD
“One of my local pubs. Vast improvement on its old guise. Good rotation of ales on 5 pumps (plus other taps including Meantime Pale Ale always on, and general euro lagers) The 5 pump pulls has a strong leaning to Kent brewers, so will normally find Westerham, Old Dairy Brewery but also some London brewers like Trumans appear) also occasionally other names like Adnams,Fullers will be on. All seem to be in general good condition. Food although pricey is very good (especially Sunday Roast which is advisable to book ahead for) Well worth a visit.“
Desverger 2871 days ago
82 /100 116 BURNT ASH ROAD
“For many moons this was an absolute shit hole that wasn’t refurbished since a least 1832. To be honest I was certain this place was to fall victim to the dreaded property developers once it initially shut down. However a stunning renaissance has taken place here. Late last year this place was refurbished and what an astonishing turnaround. Nicely done up, decent individuals frequenting the place and a real ale return after an absence of 20 years, 5 pumps serving up varying guest ales. If ever you’re in the Lee area I thoroughly recommend you give this place a go. Only downer on this place is that it’s disgustingly expensive!“
planky84 3083 days ago
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