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75-79 Dulwich Village. 020 8299 6333
Authentic Neapolitan pizzas.
The owner set up Franca Manca London’s leading Pizzeria.
Open 7 days a week.
Branch: 73 Old Brompton Road
Crown & Greyhound (Est 1900)
73 Dulwich Village. 020 8299 4976
Before 1900 the “Dog” was two separate pubs: The Crown and The Greyhound which were opposite each other in the Village.
Multi-million renovation 2014-2017
Al fresco seating
Traditional bar area
Garden with barbecue
New hotel extension (20 rooms)
Owners; Mitchell & Butler
Chindnis (est 2005)
134a Thurlow Park Road, 020 8761 9738
Stylish Indian Restaurant next to West Dulwich station.
Open 7 days a week including Bank Holidays.
Home delivery & catering service.
Tulse Hill Hotel
150 Norwood Road
020 8671 7499
The hotel dates back to 1840 when it was originally the Tulse Hill Tavern, It received a £3.5 million refit by Greene King in 2014.
Chef: Daniel Stevens (ex-River Cottage)
Manager: Gemma & Matt
Owners: Metropolitan Pub Company
65 Rosendale Road
020 8761 9008
Originally a Victorian coaching inn, The Rosendale serves simple, seasonal and sustainable food including free-range chicken, pork and lamb from their own farm and pizzas made with artisan British charcuterie and cheeses, alongside excellent ales, award-winning wines and innovative cocktails
Belair House (est 1997)
020 8299 9788.
Owner: Arron Curtis
Cuisine: Modern European
Wines: from £16.95
Originally established by Gary Cady then became the ill-fated Beauberry House
Under new management (the Electric Social team) since November 2013.
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