The Three Stags

The Three Stags

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
67-69 Kennington Road, Lambeth, London, SE1 7PZ

The Three Stags public house and restaurant is situated opposite the London Imperial War Museum, just a stone’s throw from Waterloo Station. This gastropub is steeped in history and stays true to its roots, maintaining its English heritage. This keeps tourists and loyal locals flooding through the doors at lunchtime and in the evenings, every day throughout the year.

Inside there are plenty of traditional original features, with a mix of punk art thrown in for good measure. The team is committed to reducing their environmental impact; the venue’s food waste is composted and there are even beehives on the roof that produce the best local urban honey around. The Three Stags was named one of the top seven eco-friendly restaurants in London by The Culture Trip.

The menu boasts delicious dishes like 40-day-aged grass-fed topside of Yorkshire beef and Elwy Valley Welsh free-range leg of lamb, in addition to natural nourishing vegan and veggie options made with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients.

The authentic wood-fired pizzas are also a must; they are made daily using the finest grade of flour to create fresh dough that’s hand-stretched and fired to order.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:noon-midnight
Tues:noon-midnight
Weds:noon-midnight
Thurs:noon-midnight
Fri:noon-midnight
Sat:noon-midnight
Sun:noon-midnight

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