South West, 52.17239,0.55091
Real Ale is sold here.
Meeting Green, CB8 8XS
grid reference TL 745 557
COVID-19 UPDATE: Take away service is going great with a large number of people ordering, especially at the weekend, so order early to avoid disappointment. See the menu on website, and some draft beer is still on tap (April 2020) - contact pub to order. #pullingtogether
The Greyhound opened its doors under its current owners in August 2011 after being purchased from Greene King. The Greyhound has since undergone a huge refurbishment including the demolition of half of the pub and the erection of a new building housing a new kitchen and new restaurant Twenty One.
The pub is committed to supporting the local community.
A Victorian/Edwardian brewery was once on site.
This is the last remaining pub in a parish which once had ten pubs!
Nearest railway station
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
(some old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)