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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
Dining room
Sunday roasts
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.


Gastropub, SE21 Modern European. SE21 More SE21 Guides

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.
Beer Garden
Rooms: 9
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)           
Gallery Road
020 8299 9788. 
Owner: Arron Curtis
Cuisine: Modern European
Wines: from £16.95
Open :Tues-Sat           
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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