Lord Clyde

Bars

Music and nightlife

Borough

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Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5

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  • Address:

    Lord Clyde 27 Clennam Street
    London
    SE1 1ER

  • Venue phone:

    020 7407 3397

  • Venue website:

    www.lordclyde.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 11am-11pm Mon-Fri; noon-11pm Sat; noon-6pm Sun. Food served 11am-2.30pm, 5.30-9pm Mon-Fri

  • Transport:

    Tube: Borough tube

  • Map

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D Sappointed

The fillings in the burgers/sandwiches are very small relative to the price you pay. Not what you would expect from a traditional English pub. I ordered the chicken burger, which only had a few small pieces of chicken in it (not a proper sized breast fillet, as one might expect). I explained that I was disappointed with the portion size to the server/busboy and asked for a little more chicken. His response was, "sorry but that's the standard sized portion". Not very good customer service; unwilling to accommodate reasonable customer requests. The friends I went with ordered salt beef sandwiches, all of which were similarly skimpy on the filling. I would not recommend eating here. It's not bad for just a beer however.

Ben Adams

Utterly horrified to see this only given a 3 star rating by Time Out. It's a a gloriously understated 'real' pub run by the same family for three generations. Great ales, including my favourite T.E.A.. There's simple, cheap grub to keep you going. Interesting mix of locals, workers, students. Always friendly. Has a carpet, which for me is an increasingly rare and wonderful thing since it soaks up sound and creates that snug pub/living room vibe. The old-fashioned Kings Arms on Newcomen Street is another overlooked gem.