THE CINEMA ROOM
Somewhere between garden shed and country cottage, the Cinema Room is available to hire privately for all manner of events: dinner, drinks, screenings, meetings and the occasional ukulele class.
On ’til it runs out, we’ve got Darkstar Hophead from West Sussex on at the moment.
Up next: Portobello Star
Monday 20th April
asparagus, radish, broad bean, squash puree. £5.5
chicken roulade, spinach, cheddar, beetroot & horseradish puree. £6.5
coley, crushed red potatoes, braised fennel, caper berry brown butter. £15
roast guinea fowl, mash, carrot, asparagus, mustard sauce. £16.5
burger, bacon, cheddar, chips. £13.5
black angus rib eye, tomato, chips, bernaise. £22
Back to Mine
That’s enough pubbery for one night. Let’s sink into a squidgey sofa and take it in turns to be DJ.
You’ll need a scratch-free record collection – no one’s getting up to stop the jogging. Clean with alcohol free solutions, tuck them upright in acid-free sleeves, away from heat and out of sunlight.
Maybe top up your ironic(?) Abba/Carpenters/Hot Chocolate boot sale finds with new releases scored from places like Peckham Independent Label Fair.
Most importantly, lubricate the evening with something red.
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DON'T PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET
There’s no guarantee that the world won’t all go terribly wrong this afternoon. More so, that is. Surely that’s reason enough to stop for a Full & Proper.
See our breakfast menu
NOTHING BUT POTATOES
There is one man who, twice a week, brings us potatoes. Then we make our chips.
See our bar snacks menu
DAY OF REST
Sundays should be revered. They are, justifiably, the only days where it is acceptable to roll straight from bed to pub and drink wine right after your morning coffee. Or before, if it’s called for. They’re the days we feel righteous if we take a mildly extended preprandial walk and deserving of one enormous roast dinner simply because we left the house. They are ‘effin great.
See an example of our Sunday menu
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M-F: 8am to 11.30am
S-S: 9am to 11.30am
M-F: 12pm to 3pm
Sat: 12.30pm to 4pm
Sun: 12.30pm to 9.30pm
M-Sat: 6pm to 10pm
Sun: straight from lunch ’til 9.30pm