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JANUARY SUPPER CLUB

Pop in from the cold to enjoy our set-price Supper Club menu. Not only is there a selection of seasonal starters, hearty mains and scrumptious puddings, but we’re also offering £10 off a bottle of wine when two dine.

Supper Club starts on Tuesday 3rd January and runs every Monday-Thursday from 5pm in January.

Supper Club Menu - Two courses for £19.5

Valentine’s Day

Don’t be the one who forgets. Book your table now and bank those brownie points. Whether you’re celebrating on the day itself, the weekend before or the weekend after, make sure you’ve got that all-important date nailed down. We’ve got all your favourites waiting.

WELCOME TO THE CROWN

The Crown is a majestic pub nestled in the busy borough of Bromley on the outskirts of South London.

With distinctive, double height ceilings and a rustic charm through the interiors, there are plenty of cosy or lively spots to sit back and enjoy with great company.

IN THE HEART OF BROMLEY

Situated next to Sundridge Park station, The Crown is perfectly located for both locals and city goers. This Bromley local provides all with a hub of friendly faces and warm welcomes. Only 30mins on the train from London Bridge it’s a beautiful escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city.

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OUTDOOR OASIS

Serene spots are a plenty at the Crown. Grab a refreshing pint at our garden bar or enjoy small plates with friends on our patio and lawn.

All decorated with festoon lighting, our industrial, contemporary furniture mixed with wild greenery encompass all you need to relax. All are perfect to gather together and get a round in.

FIND US

Located in the leafy suburb of Bromley, The Crown sites proudly in the village of Sundridge Park adjacent to the local railway station – famous for being a row of terrace houses that David Bowie grew up in, we are sure he must have popped in once or twice.

Nestled on the outskirts of both Kent and Greater London, we provide the perfect pitstop after a day in the city or from exploring the Kentish hills.