Long Pond110 Westmount Road
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Situated in a former plumbers' merchant shop near the entrance to the long closed Eltham Park railway station, this deceptively extensive micropub opened on 12th December 2014 and is named after the Long Pond in Eltham Park North, a short walk away. It fills a massive geographical gap in the local pub estate. May also be contacted on 07921-579781. There are 5-6 local real ales served on gravity dispense from a chilled stillage room which may be viewed through a window behind the bar counter. This includes the house beer 3.6% ABV 'Pond Life'. believed to be Tonbridge Traditional. There is also real cider and perry, usually from Dudda's Tun as well as wine, several Chapel Down gins, a single malt whisky and soft drinks. In true micropub tradition, there are no lagers or alcopops on offer but traditional pub snacks are available. Seating at the front is on high wall mounted benches and high tables. To the left rear is an area of low tables and chairs in an area called The Dorchester Room! The long brightly lit white painted corridor to the toilets at the rear is always stacked with a large number of full and empty casks. SE London CAMRA Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2017. SE London CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year 2017, and runner-up 2016 and 2020. No children. No dogs. Card payment ONLY, no cash accepted.