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Address: 231, Putney Bridge Road, Putney, London, SW15 2PU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33717) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations East Putney (0.3 miles), Putney Bridge (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Putney (0.3 miles), Wandsworth Town (1 mile), Barnes (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 15 users)
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user reviews of the Normanby, Putney

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decent pub to watch the football in. plenty of screens (and a pool table. )

pub itself isnt spectacular, but the staff were friendly and a bit of banter put a smile on our faces, which goes a long way.

CHELSEA_on_tour - 11 Aug 2014 18:02
Gastro pub style. Ale was decent enough though,
Wilson_MacDonald - 12 Jan 2014 19:35
Came in here for a quite pint and to watch the rugby on Sunday. Didn't expect much, but it was surprisingly bad; Inattentive staff who seemed busy ignoring each other, both looked fairly hungover - but that's fine, it was a Sunday morning and that's what Sunday mornings are for.

However; why not try taking all the burnt-out candles and completely empty pepper shakers off the table presumably you put candles and condiments out on tables, but there were no eaters, 6 drinkers and candles and comically filled salt and peppers everywhere. Mad wobbly tables - not ohh-better-pop-a-beer-mat-under-that-corner wobbly, more like lose-half-your-pint-by-putting-your-glass-down-then-lose-the-rest-because-it's-stuck-to-the-table wobbly. The decor was second to none - I think I counted 11 dead bulbs (the assumption could be made that a set of lights were off, had it not been for their infrequent placement), the empty lampshades blocking the only natural light out, the grimly sticky tables, chairs and floors, the two empty foot high glass vases resting on the back of my leather sofa, that made a peeling sound as I picked them up to make sure that I was indeed seeing good chunks of mould in the bottom of (one of) them. inside the vases were dead candles and a pepper shaker.

Best bits; The a4 sheets of printer paper advertising your Six Nations themed "bombs" (Best one? The french, called "Azzurri"). And the pained look of dislike on the face of the guy behind the bar as I left after I asked him to fix the table, clean the table, if I could borrow some spray and a cloth to clean my chair, for a clean glass for my pint, for him to take his pepper, candles and nasty vases back.

Been recommended to me and others and has three screens for simultaneous sportification.
toastboaster - 5 Feb 2013 03:34
Nice little pub. friendly. Not particularly remarkable, but does what it does very well.
Rasputin0 - 20 Aug 2010 16:33
Was at The Normanby over the May long weekend, GREAT place! Really good atmosphere, had a real buzz about the place. Really friendly staff who were always there when we needed topping up. I had one of the burgers and it was delish. Will definitely be heading south of the river again soon!
kathH - 4 Jun 2010 11:34

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