Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 9 and Version 8 of London And Rye, SE6 4AF
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category='Accessible Toilet,Good Beer Guide 2012,Good Beer Guide 2013,Good Beer Guide 2015,Good Beer Guide 2016,Good Beer Guide 2017,Pub Food,Pubs,Real Ale,Real Cider,Step-Free Access,Wetherspoons'
category='Accessible Toilet,Good Beer Guide,Good Beer Guide 2012,Good Beer Guide 2013,Good Beer Guide 2015,Good Beer Guide 2016,Good Beer Guide 2017,Pub Food,Pubs,Real Ale,Real Cider,Step-Free Access,Wetherspoons'
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It's a pretty standard Wetherspoons shop conversion, with a low ceiling and lack of natural light. The space is broken up somewhat with pillars, however, and the tables are spaced relatively widely. A couple of tables out the front cater for smokers and those who wish to enjoy the sight of daily life along the main road in Catford.
Kake visited on a Thursday afternoon in September 2011. There were quite a few people in, and plenty of lively conversation, though the atmosphere was slightly marred by the throb of aircon or something similar. Service was efficient and friendly.
Most of the ten handpumps were on. Four real ales were available — Phoenix Arizona (£1.10/half), Deuchars IPA, Abbot Ale, and Ruddles Best — with Firestone Walker Red Nectar marked as coming soon. There were also three real ciders on handpull: Westons Vintage Organic, Old Rosie, and Marcle Hill.
Food is served all day from the standard Wetherspoons menu.
Accessibility: No step to get in, no internal steps, accessible toilet.
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