Harrow142 Charlton Road
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Earliest part of building believed to date from 12th Century, and first licensed as a beer house in 1852, achieving a full wine and spirits licence in 1951 - along with a ladies' lavatory. Reputed to be the nearest thatched pub to central London, with low beams throughout. There is a front patio and an extensive rear garden. Food is served Tuesday to Sunday and includes pub classics, Indian cuisine and Sunday roast. Two regular ales sometimes joined by a third.