Edmund Halley is a London pub at 25-27 Burnt Ash Road in Lee, London.
This pub offers cocktails, a food menu, real ale, vegetarian meals on the menu, customer WIFI.
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There are lots of other pubs and bars nearby:
Duke Of Edinburgh is in Lee High Road, Lee. It is less than ¼ mile from Edmund Halley, and offers outside seating, live music. The Duke of Edinburgh has regular live music.
The Old Tigers Head is at 351 Lee High Road in Lee, London. Edmund Halley is less than ¼ mile away. It offers pool tables, late license, live music, DJ, dance floor, outside seating
The Northbrook is in Burnt Ash Road, Lee. The pub is about ⅓ mile from Edmund Halley, and offers pool tables, quiz nights, outside seating, TV for sporting events
Ikinci Adres is at 278 Lee High Road in Lewisham, London. Edmund Halley is approximately half-a-mile away
Here are some restaurants close to the pub:
Jenny's Restaurant is a restaurant in Lee High Road, Lee. It is less than ¼ mile from Edmund Halley pub. Its menu serves English food. Jenny's is an English style burger restaurant that serves burgers, fish, chips and milkshakes. A t... more
Sim's Steak House is a cheap place to eat at 428 Lee High Road in Lee, London. Edmund Halley pub is less than ¼ mile away. It offers air conditioning. The restaurant serves a Other menu