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The Denmark Arms, East Ham - pub details

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Address: 381 Barking Road, East Ham, London, E6 1LA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29542) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations East Ham (0.5 miles), Upton Park (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Woodgrange Park (1.3 miles), Barking (1.4 miles), Manor Park (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.4/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Enjoyed a few drinks in here and a couple of games of pool with friends last Summer. Very large pub with televisions, games room and dining area. A very local, mans pub and probably popular for families too. Definately worth a visit. Not drunk here in the evening. Service and bar staff friendly. Environment and tables clean. Toilets a bit dirty/umkempt.
KUMARNM - 7 Oct 2015 23:43
I love this pub from an architectural perspective. It’s an absolute cavern inside- high ceilings and still retains some original features. I like to sit here with a pint on match days, especially when West Ham are playing at home.

It gets noisy here at night, and men get searched on the door coming in. Never a good sign. However, if you want to experience a real East End pub with plenty of charm, this is it.

irishdrinker79 - 17 Feb 2015 17:08
This pub is acceptable - has a level of charm and quite large inside. I went in there while Manchester United and Bayern Munich were playing and the atmosphere was pretty good but I was a little confused as to why a couple of groups of Russians or Eastern Europeans continued to walk from one side to the pub to the other, then another section for at least 45 minutes. It was very much like the leader was getting a message from the control tower to go to one area of the pub and wait for the next instruction, which would be to go to another section of the pub. The handsome one would take the lead while the line towards the back just got uglier. The best Guinness I had in the hell-hole of an area that night.
sefpacific - 16 Apr 2010 11:59
There is some very attractive and interesting original Victorian green tiling inside, plus some original cast iron pillars. Unfortunately the tiling is obscured by “no smoking” signage, plus adverts for the “great value food” and the forthcoming poker night. Seating is mainly banquette style, with some high stools and tables as well as some “caff” style tables and chairs in the back room that is essentially now a pool room. There were some old photographs on the walls that seemed to of local scenes – I recognised the impressive town hall opposite in one of them. The serried ranks of games machines and one armed bandits complete the picture.

It seemed a pretty soulless place on a damp and murky Wednesday lunchtime, though maybe it would seem more welcoming at other times. They don’t sell real ale, and the Stella was off during my visit. Frankly, I can’t see much to recommend this place, and doubt whether I shall be visiting again.
RexRattus - 21 Nov 2009 18:28
icedragon72. You should try the Roding, you missed the drunk who did the same sa the alsatian in the middle of the bar.
BWT - 13 Dec 2007 00:43

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