Rye

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The beer garden at The Rye pub in Peckham, London.
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The Rye pub in Peckham, south-east London.
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The Rye Pub, Peckham
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Another perfectly decent pub from the Metropolitan Pub Company, you'll find the Rye serving up satisfying pub food and a good selection of drinks, including some unusual biodynamic wines.

But for locals, the biggest draw is the spacious beer garden, which is a fine place to spend a sunny afternoon with friends. There's even a sandy strip where you can play a game of pétanque. In the winter, sporting events are often shown on a sizable projector screen.

Venue name: Rye
Contact:
Address: 31 Peckham Rye
London
SE15 3NX
Opening hours: Mon-Thu: noon-midnight; Fri-Sat: noon-1am; Sun: noon-11pm.
Transport: Tube: Peckham Rye rail
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Manningalive
Tastemaker

Boasting one of the bigger beer gardens in South East London, The Rye has a certain degree of pulling power over the summer months. Go during ‘sport season’ and you’ll likely find the pub packed with men staring at the side wall. Overall, the Rye is a solid choice offering good pub grub, a decent selection of beers, and boardgames to boot.

Luke P

Great pub overall !!! Food , beer , ales and wine !!! Would recommend to anybody !!!the Beer garden is a place to be during the summer !!! Will happily return!!!

GP
Staff Writertastemaker

Not the best pub on the Peckham map but there are a few really good reasons to go: large garden with outdoor heaters for the winter/nightime. As its further up the Rye its often quieter here even at the weekends and you'll never really have to stand with your drink- basically nothing worse in my book.

I also love their fried chicken, and in general the food here is good and served quickly. Often they have food and drink deals- bottle of red and two steak dinners for £30 etc, which is good for a cheaper night out during the week.



Katie D

After a warm pale ale, my boyfriend and I were greeted with our roast dinners.  At first glimpse the
tower of meat and enormous golden Yorkshire pudding looked amazing, sadly we were disappointed. The dry pork was concealing a pitiful amount of cabbage and two burnt carrots.

My boyfriend ordered the roast beef, which was also very dry and chewy, although he did have a few florets of cauliflower and peas thrown in.   I did complain and was given addition cabbage, to gain a variety my boyfriend and I had to share our vegetables.  On plus side, Yorkshire puddings are good.  The roasts are not worth £13, I'd stick to their burgers.  

nicola Powell

Great food, great service . Lovely since the refurb Great for families too We went for a Friday early evening out as a family . Kids enjoyed food and so did we . The portions are large and filling Will Definitely eat there again ! Nicola