Having been refurbished but still boasting the homely, welcoming atmosphere that made it a favourite for locals, the White Bear on Kennington Park Road is a picturesque gastro pub, full of character and vibrant life.
Having first opened back in 1780, it's one of the oldest pubs in South London and has been a champion of locally breweries for centuries. From beautifully balanced craft beers to flavoursome real ales, the bar is bursting with all the irresistible libations you'd expect to find in a warm gastro pub. Better still, the venue serves a vast array of food, ranging from freshly baked catch of the day to condiment filled burgers and belly-warming roast dinners. Food induced comas are a certainty.
Being older than the American constitution, the venue has collected it's fair share of quaint antiques over the years. The walls are covered with old newspaper clippings and satirical cartoons of Britain's most famous politicians and figures. With cosy armchairs and leather sofas spread throughout, the fire place keeps guests snug during the winter months, while the idyllic beer garden offers a serene place for guests to cool off in the sunshine. The pub has bags of character and welcomes each guests with a warm embrace. You'll definitely leave well-fed and with a huge smile etched on your face.
- South London, Oval
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- No door charge
The White Bear, 138 Kennington Park Road SE11 4DJ
138 Kennington Park Road SE11 4DJ
|The Snug||Private Room||20||30||-||n/a||n/a|
|The Dining Room||Private Room||60||120||-||n/a||£2000|