The Crown (Bow)

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British
  • 223 Grove Road, Bow, London E3 5SN
  • 020 8880 7261
  • £20 - £30 VISA MASTER CARD
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 12:00 - 23:00
Saturday 10:00 - 23:00
Sunday 12:00 - 22:30
Bar
Bar
Child Friendly
Child Friendly
Parties Welcome
Parties Welcome
Vegetarian
Vegetarian

A light and airy jewel of a pub just opposite the gates to Victoria Park, home to buzz and banter, comfort and charm, as befits an East End boozer. Couple this with a delicious range of hearty English cooking and an array of fine wines and ales as well and you can see why the Crown is so popular with locals and visitors alike. The Crown is a cool and unique pub to catch up with friends in the East End, whether out front in the beer garden, upstairs on one of the terraces or in the main bar on one of the faux fur stools with full views of the range of real ales, bottles beers and wines chosen by our very own Master of Wine, John Clevely.

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by Sandra Sullivan on 13 Aug 2017

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I've actually eaten at The Crown twice over this weekend. We met family who had come down the canal on Friday and 7 of us had dinner there. The staff were very friendly. All of the 7 meals that were ordered were lovely. We ranged from burgers to fish and chips, salmon special to sausage and mash. Every plate was cleared. Today, my husband and I were drawn back at breakfast time. Once again the staff were extremely friendly and the food was lovely It was the first time I'd had mackerel in years but it was lovely. MY husband had the gammon. We are certainly going back and as we live quite nearby, this could become our local