The Bishop

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The Bishop

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Welcome to the Bishop on Lordship Lane, famous for our resident hound, Clarence.

We specialize in seasonal british home cooked pub fare, quality local and british cask ales and continental beers, old and new world wines. We have been serving locals and visitors to the lane for years and are proud to be part of the east dulwich community.


Venue name: The Bishop
Address: 25-27 Lordship Lane
SE22 8EW
Transport: East Dulwich rail
Price: £25 and under
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4.3 / 5

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Perfect vibe to watch sports - be in Football or Rugby.

I fell in love with the mango cider - hope they are never going to stop selling this one on draft! Prices are reasonable and the stuff is lovely - 5 stars even I haven't tried the food yet. 

A really lovely pub on Lordship Lane that also let's you bring your pooch! Great food and a great atmosphere, definitely pop in for a beer or two.


Popular weekend spot with the locals - including a large dog sitting near us! We grabbed a table in the corner and enjoyed a few of the craft beers they had on tap. We did get a 'reserved for xx at 7pm' piece of paper dropped on our table without a word, whilst we were still there. Which felt a bit odd, surely they could've waited until we left before dropping the paper, or asked us if we were staying for long. 


I popped into here today for the sweet potato and puy lentil burger as well as a pumpkin and sage cake listed on the online menu. I was pretty disappointed the latter had been removed but the waiter was very apologetic and offered me tea on the house. I got the burger without a bun and chips. The burger is smaller than I hoped for at 11.50 quid but it's pretty tasty. The very good taste of the sweet potato and lentils sticks out, and the tiny piece of halloumi fried? grilled? atop is a complement.