Royal Oak90 Coombe Road
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Imposing corner pub dating from 1897, which catered for noblemen and gentry in early 1900's. The building replaced an earlier, plainer, pub that had been trading from at least 1867. It still has two bars, separated by an open top wooden partition with a low through way. The smaller former public bar has a flagstone floor. The large lounge has a curved bar which leads through to the food bar. Adjoining is a large comfortable seating area, with a raised area by the front window. Several Benskins of Watford mirrors hint at former ownership. Note the etched Lounge bar windows with ‘public bar’ on two of them. At the rear is a large garden and there are upstairs function rooms for hire. The changing beers include local brews and there are also keg beers from the group's own Battersea Brewery.