The Clock House

The Clock House is a Young's pub with a garden in East Dulwich near Peckham Rye Park and Common with the best Sunday roast in London

The Clock House | Young's pub in East Dulwich Peckham Rye

The Clock House is a wonderful, locals pub, located in East Dulwich on the edge of Peckham Rye, that offers a warm welcome to all.

When it comes to food and drink, our focus is the ‘Best of British’ and we are proud to serve some of the finest craft beers and spirits in London.

Our food is all freshly cooked using ingredients sourced from around the south of England and our menu combines great pub classics with lighter, more seasonal dishes.

We also have a wide range of events to keep things interesting, from our weekly pub quiz to our more seasonal events like butchery masterclasses, summer garden parties & complimentary gin tastings.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Clock House, so come in, relax and let us take care of you.

http://clockhousepub.com

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Delighted to have been named Surrey's best restaurant in the 2018 Bookatable Diners Award Proud to announce we have been awarded a Michelin Star in the 2018 UK & Ireand guide.

I am delighted to announce that we have been reawarded    3 AA Rosettes in the 2018 guide.

Proud to be awarded a score of 5 in the 2018 Good Food Guide, (this is the same score we had when we were Drake's and were last included in the guide).

As Drake's, the team was awarded many accolades, including a Michelin star which it retained for 12 consecutive years.

It also featured in many of the top restaurant guides.

The Clock House, Surrey, restaurant review: great things can come ...

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Whenever my daughter and I go through Woking on the train, which we do quite often at the moment, I try to get her to look at the town’s best building, the Shah Jahan Mosque, the first purpose-built place of Islamic worship in the UK.

Said daughter being mysteriously unavailable, her stepmother joined me for dinner near Woking last week.

The three-mile minicab ride took place in darkness, so we didn’t get to see Shah Jahan in all its glory (nor, I should point out in the interests of ecumenicalism, did we take the brief diversion I'd intended to ask for in order to check out the ruined Augustinian priory at Newark).