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The Brunel, Rotherhithe, SE16

47 Swan Road
SE16 4JN
Phone: 02072373799

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Punch Taverns

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Moby Duck left this review about The Brunel

A standard locals pub with little in the way of any real character,Doom Bar and Landlord were the ales on, but with everybody in the pub on lager the sixth sense kicked in and I opted for half a Stella on a very hot afternoon.I'm sure its fine for the locals but it was nothing special here for me.

On 8th July 2018 - rating: 5
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Roy Collins left this review about The Brunel

Called in Wednesday afternoon, no customers and 2 empty handpulls.

On 22nd April 2016 - rating: 1
[User has posted 124 recommendations about 121 pubs]

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Adam & Eve

Old corner pub, retaining its original Wenlock Brewery signage on both façades, but opened out a some stage to leave a 'L'-shaped bar. Quite dark decor slightly at odds with the furniture which is mostly semi-modern in style. Also has a small patio beer garden to one side. Wandle and Dark Star Hophead (£3.40) available from two of four handpumps.

On 13th September 2015 - rating: 6
[User has posted 6198 recommendations about 6198 pubs]

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dean jukes left this review about The Adam & Eve

hi, i am the new owner of the ada n eve, dean jukes, me and my partner sandra jukes,we have had this pub since september 2010, we have changed the pud completly, with help from punch tavurns, have a look at the pictures i put on here or even beter pop in and see for yourself, it is now a freindly pub to drink in, and a very nice place to be in, look forwed to seeing more of the people that go on this sight, thanks and see you all soon,

On 27th May 2011 - rating: 10
[User has posted 1 recommendations about 1 pubs]

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Rex Rattus left this review about The Adam & Eve

The Adam & Eve looks good from the outside, with its original Wenlock Brewery “set in stone” signage on the gable. But it flatters to deceive as the interior really does not match up to the exterior. The main bar area is to the right as you enter, containing some banquettes, small stools, and small, round, metal framed tables. The carpet is fairly grimy; there are exposed cables on the walls; and some sort of TV/sound system and what looked like an upturned table on a small stage area on the right. The front of the bar counter and the walls up to the halfway point were varnished a patchy light brown colour, and there were some black and white photographs, possibly of old Rotherhithe scenes, above the bar. There’s also a smallish area on the left as you enter, containing a pool table, and with a shelf above the pool table with a number of sports cups on display. The only attractive thing about the pub interior is a pair of rather nice etched/cut glass mirrors behind the bar. They don’t do real ale, and the Stella was off during my visit. In the absence of a real ale I don’t imagine that I would visit again.

On 12th July 2010 - rating: 4
[User has posted 2577 recommendations about 2495 pubs]