At The Duke of Sussex we are a reflection of the needs of our local community. Our food is simple and harks back to the days when the British Pub first came about, inspired by the Alehouses & Taverns with the open fire cooking that were used at that time. The Duke is famed for it’s charcoal spit roasted chicken which is brined and marinated for 24 hours capturing a beautiful charcoal flavour. We use the best fresh seasonal British produce we can find, through our carefully curated list of suppliers.
The Duke is warm and welcoming with an open fire, comfortable seating and a private dining room upstairs. Outside the Duke you’ll find one of the best beer gardens in Waterloo, perfect for an after work drink al fresco. The leafy garden has plenty of seating and is covered with heaters and lanterns for the winter months.
It’s that time of the year to watch the mighty 6 nations rugby teams go head to head. We’ll be showing the Natwest 6 Nations rugby throughout February and March, so get in touch early to grab a the best seat in the house
Book a table for 4+ to dine and get a jug of Truman’s beer on us!
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The Chichester Room is a perfect place to host a private sit down dinner for 20 people or for a more lively stand up affair the room can accommodate 60 people. Ideal for business meetings, family dinners, birthday parties and work celebrations.
It is that time of the year. The Six Nations is almost here. As the squads are being announced, make sure you’ve bagged the best spot on the pitch.
We have the ultimate line out, with some cheeky Match Day munchies & beer ready to go.
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The Duke is coming through to celebrate one of the country’s favourite – BEER!
During March we will bring the best brews to your favourite watering hole.
Expectations should beer high! On Mondays and Tuesdays you’ll be able to find all Hopfest pints for only £3.80 (we know, right?). We will also be pairing pies and beers for Pie Week (March 5 – 11) and starring local breweries for London Beer Week (March 12 – 18).
What can we say? Beer makes us happy and we want you to be hoppy too!
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and we will be celebrating the only way we know how: all out!
You should expect all-things-Irish, shamrock hunts, the final chapter of Six Nations (England v Ireland @ 14:45 – as if you needed a reminder) and most importantly, 3 oysters & a pint of Guinness or a glass or Prosecco/ Sparking Rose for £10.
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Choose your brunch item and make it bottomless prosecco or Bloody Marys for an extra £15 for 2 hours!
Lets get quizzical! Join us every Monday for our Pub Quiz, with a £50 bar tab up for grabs for the wining team!