The congested road between Tooting and Colliers Wood might not be the first place you’d look for a fine local gastropub, but this railway tavern perched above Tooting train station was taken over by the Charles Wells pub company in 2012 and given a major overhaul. In collaboration with the Yummy Pub Company, it now boasts a remarkably ambitious menu of small eats and more substantial main courses. We couldn’t fault either our pie and chips or a club sandwich - though, if anything, the dish presentation was verging on the overly fussy (a bit like the new decor). To drink, there’s a decent selection of ales, and if you’re in the mood for a bit of local cinema, the basement has been converted into a small screening room with blockbuster-style movies such as the ‘Bourne’ series.
|Venue name:||Gorringe Park||Contact:|
29 London Road
|Price:||Main courses £7-£16.50|
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Lovely pub, even if I do say so myself! Cracking food from the recently new Head Chef putting the Gorringe firmly on the foodie map of Tooting
A great local, good atmosphere and friendly staff. The cinema is great for a rainy day and the food is well worth a visit.
A great local pub with a creative twist. Good beers, friendly staff, great vibe. Love the cinema in the basement (and they're open to screening suggestions and bookings!), the garden is bijou-funky, the upstairs dining room has a cool Victorian club-style ambiance, and there's an ace comedy club night every month. Clapham must be feeling jealous.
The place is nice a shame about the staff,we'll I say that i mean two people, the northern talking guy and the woman I believe to be the manger, she is rude and is absolutely full off herself. I enjoyed the food but unfortunately not the service