25 Sep 2019
Following Young’s acquisition of The Manor Arms earlier this year, this Streatham local has undergone an extensive refurbishment returning as a modern urban pub that delivers on great food, drink and atmosphere.
Located just a stone’s throw away from Streatham station and perfectly positioned between Tooting and Streatham Commons, the pub boasts stylish interiors with bags of character and an outdoor garden perfect for al fresco dining. Redesigned with the local community in mind, this charming pub is a welcome pit stop for on-the-go commuters, young professionals, and family-friendly gatherings.
Quirky artwork adorns the walls whilst gorgeous leather chairs and booths provide ample seating for remote working or guests wanting to cosy up around the fireplace with a Young’s pint in hand. A warm colour scheme of rich teals, mustard yellows and burnt terracotta tones ensure that all guests are welcomed with open arms.
The spacious outdoor beer garden, complete with heaters, is a hidden retreat from the hustle and bustle of the Streatham High Street. The colourful graffiti mural is a fitting ode to the pub’s Streatham home, and the eye-catching living wall lends the space a youthful energy. Take a seat at ‘The Lodge’ – a covered outdoor refuge with its own log burner and comfy seating.
Food & Drink
Championing the best in British ingredients, Chef John Bangui works with local suppliers to provide a seasonal changing menu for brunch, lunch and dinner. Alongside a selection of scrumptious small plates such as Ox Cheek & Bone Marrow Croquettes and Prawn & Crab Mac & Cheese, the menu boasts sharing boards and British hearty dishes such as Lamb Shank Shepherd’s Pie served with rainbow chard, Pork, Apricot and Sage Sausagesserved with crushed celeriac mash and onion rings, and for the veggie lovers Jerusalem Artichoke and Swiss Chard Quiche.
On Sundays, The Manor Arms comes into its own with a selection of ‘sharing’ roasts and beefed up dishes including Kent Shoulder of Lamb, and Whole Creedy Carver Roast Chicken with bread sauce and stuffing. Vegetarians are not forgotten with Beetroot, Lentil and Spinach Wellington. Each dish is served with double egg Yorkshire puddings, goose fat roast potatoes, maple glazed parsnips, carrot & swede mash, Romanesco cauliflower cheese, Rainbow chard and lashings of gravy. Now that’s a feast!
Brunch-lovers will delight in the pub’s classic menu served between 12pm-5pm, Monday to Saturday. With favourites such as the Young’s Beer Battered Fish Finger sandwich, the Pork and Apricot Sausage Sandwich and the Portobello Mushroom with Poached Eggs on Brioche, there is plenty of choice for all appetites.
No Young’s pub would be complete without a well-stocked bar at its centre, and The Manor Arms is no exception. Serving a wide selection of quirky craft beers, Young’s classic cask ales, international wines, spirits and cocktails, the venue also stocks local favourites such as offerings from the Brixton Brewery.
The round and botanically themed ‘Kite Room’, named after the annual Streatham Common Kite Day, is an ideal private dining space seating 30 and complete with nature inspired ceiling murals. The semi-private and retro inspired ‘Library’ is great for those wanting to celebrate and mingle given its proximity to the bar and garden.
Live Sports and Events
The Manor Arms is the place to be for sports fans. Kitted out with 6 screens airing BT and Sky Sports, this pub will be showing key rugby and footie matches for guests to keep an eye on the score or settle in for the game with a pint.
Step into the newly transformed Manor Arms – your new Streatham hot spot!
The Manor Arms
Mitcham Lane, Greater London, SW16 6LQ
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