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Graveney and Meadow, Tooting, SW17

40 Mitcham Road
SW17 9NA
Phone: 02086729016
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custodian 42 left this review about Graveney and Meadow

One room Antic pub with the bar to the left. Somewhat uncomfortable cinema type seating. Two reversed hand pumps so I had a Leffe which tasted like Leffe always does.

On 20th October 2019 - rating: 5
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Moby Duck left this review about Graveney and Meadow

A kind of bohemian mix of cafe restaurant and bar,obviously food led but an interesting buzz about the place. The interior walls were a mix of exposed brick and retro ,floral wallpaper, in the best Antic tradition. There was just the one cask beer on, Little Beer Corporation Little Geyser, which was very good but obscenely expensive at £5,50 a pint, given I had just had a pint of the same strength beer in fellow Antic pub The Antelope a couple of hundred yards down the road at £3.20, they are obviously targeting a particular type crowd, one I'm not in.

On 11th February 2018 - rating: 6
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Pub SignMan left this review about Graveney and Meadow

Just down the road from Tooting Broadway station, this unusual pub seems to be much more food-led than others from the usually reliable Antic chain. The front entrance takes you into a vast room with stone tile flooring and the usual Antic mis-matched tables and chairs. There is a mix of exposed old brickwork and modern floral wallpaper on show and the space is reasonably well lit thanks to windows at the front and down the left hand side. On my early evening visit, I was rather surprised to see a food display in the front window, but I suspect this is to advertise their ‘Bakery’, which serves up breads and pastries each morning, although whether any baking is actually done on site or not remains to be seen. There is a small fireplace on one wall and the room has been decorated with the usual eclectic mix of Antic oddities. The servery appears on the left hand side, midway into the room, with a U shaped counter made from old wooden cabinets. Beyond the servery, a similar seating area to that at the front can be found, with a bookcase and more quirky bits on show in an area boasting more patterned wallpaper. The room opens out to the right where it then extends further to the rear in a space seeming best suited for diners. Some sofas can also be found here, but the space is dominated by long tables ideal for larger groups to gather round. The pub was pretty much empty when I arrived, but having nosed around a bit, I found a good sized crowd enjoying the sun in the rear beer garden. Here there is a large decked area with a space set aside for BBQ’s and a lower paved space further back with lots of picnic bench seating.
The drinks range was well below the standard normally associated with this chain. Two hand pumps offered Hog’s Back TEA and Sambrooks Wandle, although the latter had just gone off. There seemed to be only three keg beers as well and even then the Staropramen went off whilst I was being served. The bar staff were pretty clueless and failed to offer an alternative option to the Staropramen, resulting the group who had ordered a round of them deciding to try their luck elsewhere.
There’s probably a decent market for the kind of bakery type business they run here, but as a pub, I’m not sure it works. I found it all too open and bare and the drinks range and service didn’t really inspire me to return. There are better options in the immediate vicinity.

On 21st August 2014 - rating: 5
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20th Oct 2019, 11:05
Review submitted by custodian 42
11th Feb 2018, 20:19
Review submitted by Moby Duck

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