When it comes to finding a good hang-out in Catford, there's not contest, it has to be Catford Constitutional Club. Located down an unassuming alleyway off Catford Broadway, this charming old gentlemen’s club has become the new home of the Catford Bridge Tavern, which burnt down in 2013. There are vaulted ceilings, original parquet floors and the rotating selection of ciders and beers is sourced from all over the country. Plus it hosts monthly comedy and film nights, and a Tuesday quiz.
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Awesome. Loved the Catford Bridge Tavern and thought it couldn't be replaced. But the CCC is even better!
I count myself lucky to have this on my doorstep. Sunday lunch is fantastic, family friendly and plenty for the night owls. This historic building had been left to rot but is now the beating heart in Catford. Love it.
Huge pub with good selection of drinks and food. Good for drinks or a sit down dinner. Also have a good space for hiring.
To say this is my favourite venue is an understatement. The Catford Constitutional Club's [CCC] relocation here has been a wonderful accident by design and all of my friends who come here, ponder the dark alleyway wondering what the hell I'm doing bringing them to the bowels of Catford...until they step inside the majestic grandeur of the atmospheric CCC and revel in its ambience. The clandestine entry opens the portal to a surprising alcove with split rooms and a main dining area. Staff are local and Catford gentilly effervesces naturally from their etiquette, unlike the snobby overpriced restaurants in Clapham or other noisy beer sodden city restaurants. This is unique - a hidden sphere of culinary influence, serving their own gourmet french fries à la Catford dressing. I love the ingredients of origin and the chef in the CCC is an understated master of cooking without trying too hard to impress. Their Christmas menu was a delightful stunner and seasonal favourites including fish and meat take a delightful turn in savoury mouthfuls. Their local and estate beer and ales are no mean selection and the clientele have always been impeccably behaved. Definitely the most outstanding venue in Catford which should win the award, bearing in mind, the short-term lease of the venue. The modest chef and team at the CCC deserve this accolade for becoming the new delicious face of Catford dining.
This was a derelict building in catford they have not only great food and atmosphere, the team are brilliant and the place is so welcoming
An old constitutional club that has bags of character and writes the rulebook on 'Shabby Chic.' Knowledgeable staff, varied and changing beers and a fantastic selection of fresh bar snacks and full meals in its kitchen. Large outdoor suntrap space.