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Pratts & Payne, Streatham, SW16

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103 Streatham High Road
SW16 1HJ
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john gray left this review about Pratts and Payne

This is the 3rd Antic pub I have been in and the best by miles.Nicely furnished in a quirky style with a large very busy garden to the rear.Dull keg selection but 4 real ales on.My Kings -twisted mild and Belleville -black ipa were very good.Antic pub chain is expanding at a fast rate.When I was a boy my dad used to say "stop your antics" I say continue them if they can open decent pubs like this.

On 8th August 2014 - rating: 8
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Pub SignMan left this review about Pratts and Payne

Well positioned on the bust Streatham High Road, this is a former Goose pub now thankfully converted to a typically quirky Antic pub. You enter into a spacious main bar with the servery towards the rear and plenty of seating space in front, broken in part by a couple of short walls and a small shelving unit. There is an eclectic mix of seating throughout, including a disproportionate amount of armchairs, servicing tables of various sizes and shapes, with one particularly large circular table in the front corner and a small coffee table in front of a low fireplace lined with sports trophies. On the right hand wall there are some display cases full of glass and silverware items, whilst over on the left side there is a large sideboard and shelving unit which has been filled with more trophies, books, hat boxes, a table lamp and a photo montage of seemingly random people. A TV screen in the front left corner was showing the afternoon's Premier League football fixture with music playing instead of any commentary. To the rear, a sign pointed to a restaurant in a separate room behind the servery, but I didn't bother exploring on this visit. The pub seemed unusually noisy, with the sound really echoing around the room - perhaps a few rugs and other soft furnishings are needed to dampen down the sound a bit.
I counted five ales on the bar - Cottage Trick or Treat, Adnams Ghost Ship, By the Horns Wimbledon Blonde, Sharp's Doom Bar and Late Knights Full Moon. Snails Bank Tumbledown Cider was also available and later on I noticed a big pot of Rekorderlig Winter Cider warming up at the end of the bar counter. I opted for a pint of the Wimbledon Blonde, which was in excellent shape and served by one of the friendly team of busy bar staff.
I do enjoy the Antic pub style and thought this was a good example of what they do best. I enjoyed a good pint in comfortable surrounding with prompt, friendly service and would suggest this is probably your best bet for a decent pint in Streatham.

On 21st November 2013 - rating: 8
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Steve C left this review about Pratt and Payne

Next door to the local Wetherspoons is Pratts and Payne which is much improved since losing the Goose branding. The interior is L shaped with an open plan front area that is full of seating and more seating that runs up the left hand side of the pub. The bar on the back wall to the right is stocked with an interesting range of draught products and six hand pumps are supported. One of these was unused during my recent Friday afternoon visit so the five ales available were Sharp’s Doom Bar, Adnam’s May Day, Blindman’s Icarus, Thornbridge’s Jaipur and Ilkley’s Siberia.
There are no televisions in here, but there was some background music playing and live music is advertised for weekends. There was also a hog roast advertised which was due to take place in the rear beer garden that I didn’t get a chance to visit on this occasion.

The décor is a little quirky, but the staff are friendly and the Jaipur was spot on. I would have no problem returning here for another beer.

On 13th June 2012 - rating: 7
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Map location corrected by Steve C
Streatham, 0.35 miles, 6 min walk (show)
Streatham Hill, 0.6 miles, 11 min walk (show)
Streatham Common, 1.01 miles, 19 min walk (show)
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22nd May 2018, 23:18
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  • Accommodation : No last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Bar Billiards : No last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Beer Garden : Yes last updated 13 June 2012 by Quinno _
  • Car Park : No last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Child Friendly : Yes last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Dog Friendly : Yes last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Live TV Sports : Yes last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Pinball : No last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Pool Table : No last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
  • Real Ale : Yes - Doombar - last updated 11 September 2013 by Dave McNally
  • Real Cider : Yes last updated 21 November 2013 by Pub SignMan
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