Duke of Edinburgh

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Duke of Edinburgh in Brixton is a classic London pub nicely hidden off the Brixton party trail. Without doubt the main draw is the large beer garden whicih is hidden oasis of nature and sweet smells of BBQ! The Duke of Edinburgh is great for a midweek drink catching up with friends, watching a live football game or catching rays in the beer garden.


No Door Charge
No queues normally
Happily Affordable ££
No restrictions
No music


Day Open Close Notes
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14:00 22:30


Duke of Edinburgh
204 Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 8AG

South London

Nearest station:
Brixton (Tube)
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Drink Prices Price
Pint of Lager £3.60
Pint of Real Ale £3.20
Bottle of Lager (330ml) £3.50
Bottle of Cider (568ml) £4.00
Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer) £4.50
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £4.00
Bottle of House Wine £13.00
Bottle of Champagne £45.00
Jaeger Bomb £4.50

A word from the chef:
We serve traditional pub food at The Duke of Edinburgh plus a delicious BBQ in the large beer garden!

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An awful pub with rude, xenophobic staff! Pouring a pint of Guinness is not a complex procedure, granted it can be a little time consuming, but in terms of annoying drinks- it is a far cry from a Mojito or an Irish coffee! Knowing this, you can imagine my confusion when a pint of Guinness proved too much for the bartender in 'The Duke of Edinburgh'. I was a little stunned when he placed a 'straight-poured' pint of Guinness in front of me. This is not the first time a bartender has 'straight-poured' a pint, but usually they hail from a ‘Guinnessless’ region of the world and are more than happy to change it when you explain that it needs to rest. The bartender in question, however, was a local man, who would have been at least familiar with pouring an adequate Guinness. Politely, I asked him to change it, only to be told that he wouldn't because he was too busy. Somewhat shocked by his response, I told him that I wanted a Guinness poured properly, to which he rudely responded that I had “to take it or leave, that I was not getting another one and that I was just bitter because Ireland had lost the match”. This I felt was excessive and utterly uncalled for. The afternoon spent being insulted by the crowd in the pub; being called 'Fenian bastards', 'Potato Eaters' and other such examples of casual racism masquerading as 'misguided wit', didn't offend, so much as amuse, but the ‘straight poured’ Guinness by the incompetent, Hibernophobic barman was a step to far and not even the nice beer garden can make up for it.
20 Mar 2012 by lalocalolita

The boy loves this place for watching the football and I love it for being our local pub with one of the best beer gardens in London!!! Its seriously big and leafy and hidden away from the crazy streets of Brixton, love it.
13 Sep 2011 by becky2sticks

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