I first came to the Duke of Edinburgh to meet a friend who suggested the place. It was probably one of the last days of summer and the very large, sunny beer garden at the back of the pub promised a pleasant afternoon of chilling out, drinks and some food.
And I quiet enjoyed it. We spent the whole afternoon and some of the evening, had quite a few drinks and scarfed down a massive (and very tasty) Sunday roast. The brownie that followed it was also massive and very tasty (we shared it... don't judge!).
The summer is gone but a very large group of us still gathers here on Sundays for a roast after awaking from our varying states of hangover from our busy London weekends.
Though it is not the flashiest of places, the food and service are good and there are always lots of people about (mostly other weekend degenerates such as ourselves and the lads finishing up their Sunday footie on the pitches across the street).
As a spot for a lazy, no stress, no fuss Sunday in Brixton... I'm not sure it gets better this