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Stylish pub The Honour Oak has a variety of drinks available and a food menu of classic pub fare. A weekly quiz night is hosted and they have a beer garden ideal for alfresco dining in clement weather.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

10:00 - 00:00

TUE

10:00 - 00:00

WED

10:00 - 00:00

THU

10:00 - 00:00

FRI

10:00 - 01:30

SAT

10:00 - 01:30

SUN

10:00 - 00:00

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The Honor Oak reviews



By Gemma B.

Beautiful decor, great food but the service lets this place down. Confused, slow & sloppy staff prevent this place from achieving its full potential.


By Conor M.

Went for family Sunday lunch with friends. The service was abysmal. Took more than an hour and 10 minutes for food to arrive, despite there being only one other table eating at the time. One waitress was particularly rude and aggressive, to the point that her colleagues told her to go and calm down. There are plenty of other far better places in the area. I will avoid in future and will be advising my friends in the area to do the same.


By Brown A.

Just moved into the area and over last few months have tried a few of the local pubs and bars and have been pleasantly surprised by all but at the moment pick of the bunch is The Honor Oak. I was there last night - live piano, friendly staff, informal setting and good food made for a superb evening. And they have a nice chrimbo tree outside!


By Dan H.

Really nice pub and setting, however the food was terrible. Me and a friend recently had a Sunday lunch there - my chicken was raw, and bloody - sadly I only noticed that about half way through the rest of the meal - but I sent it back, I waited for some time before any one came over to explain what was happening to my half eaten meal. Then my friend noticed her food was really undercooked too. The couple on the table next to us heard us talking and said that they had all had the chicken and sent it back as it was bloody and raw and they were leaving. We ended up not paying for the meal and just our drinks, the worst thing was the chef was standing behind the bar leaning against the wall and didn't even come and apologise or speak to us - we had no apology from any of the staff in-fact. Sadly it's put us off coming back - walk the 5 mins to the Brockley Jack instead where the staff are much friendlier and the food is amazing.


By Ego G.

Whomever Gives This Pub A Good Rating Has No Idea About What Good Food Is!

The Honor Oak Pub

I ate here a few days ago and I have to say that it was a horrible experience. I have eaten there one time before a few months ago but only ordered the onion rings which were very good.

I only ordered them because it said “house-made” on their menu and they were proper good-battered fat onion rings. So I was looking forward to getting them again but sadly they were no longer on the menu. Shame as it would have been the only good thing left on the menu now.

So my new approach to a new restaurant is to order 2 appetizers and see if they can cook those well, and if they do, then I order something more. Sadly I did not adhere to this vital principal and paid that frustration in a 3rd dish which I immediately regretted. I ordered the calamari and beef brisket taco starters. I figured that a chef can’t mess up something like that right?

So the calamari rings were cut way too thin, almost like strings and they gave less than only 10 rings, yes I counted! It was an extremely small portion put on top of a salad, but I didn’t order a salad, so why put calamari on top of a bunch of greens that had no salad dressing on it? …hmm …maybe to make the dish look bigger than it was? Maybe because they were too cheap to give actual calamari in their calamari dish? Maybe it was to save money since the bar usually goes out of business every 3 months and then sold to new ownership whom repeat the same poor ethics?

Next the beef brisket tacos were the smallest tacos that I have ever seen, It was like ridiculously too small, jokingly microscopic, absolutely pathetic and quite insulting to the customer. I wish that I had put a 50 pence coin next to these tacos and took a pic for you viewers just to show the silly small scale of these tacos …and there was only 3 of these little things. Both of these appetizers were worth less than half of their menu charged price really, we were thoroughly disappointed.

Still hungry ofcourse I ordered a hamburger …my 3rd regrett


By Taneika B.

I'm quite surprised as i have had the Sunday roast many times and found the food to be succulent and cooked to perfection. also having tried the normal menu served throughout the week-the food standard never changes and i have never had an unsatisfactory meal there and i am very impressed with the extensive array of drinks available-not your typical pub!


By Verity Rose W.

This is a lively pub with bags of character and charm. The alluring decor, jovial bar staff and the changing seasonal menu provide something for everyone.

Large sofa’s for sprawling on, frothy lattes for the modern pub goer, cocktails for the sex in the city wannabe’s and a secretive beer garden for gossiping and a furtive smoke not to mention the allure of South East London’s best steak nights(The T Bone is what mouths were made for) it is a real find proving that SE23 is moving up in the world.

Care and detail go in to creating a hearty pub food using fresh ingredients to create favourites such as Gammon Steak and Homemade fish and chips.

The vibe is one of friendly informality, the perfect accompaniment to pint of ale and a wholesome stake and chips!

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