Elm Park, RM12 4RX
- Elm Park Avenue
The Elm Park was a large pub just down the road from Elm Park Station, on the corner of Elm Park Avenue and St Nicholas Avenue. It closed in February 2013 according to the Aug/Sep 2013 issue of London Drinker.
The information below is retained for historical purposes.
When I arrived shortly before 5pm there were four or five other customers in, having a lively conversation with the barmaid, and a few more turned up while I was there. Piped music was playing, though not excessively loudly.
Although they have one handpump on the bar, it had no clip or driptray, so I suspect it's never used. I had a half of Strongbow (£1.45). I spotted a few clingfilm-wrapped filled rolls behind the bar; I don't know what the food situation is in general, but I think there's a restaurant attached to the pub (no idea of opening hours).
Accessibility: Couple of fairly high steps up to get in, but level access to seating, bar, and toilets once you're in (at least in the room I was in).