The Two Towers, Gipsy Road, Norwood

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The Two Towers
The Two Towers, 201 Gipsy Road, Norwood
London  SE27 9QY
+44 (0) 20 8670 5337
Opening hours:
Sunday 11.30 AM–10.30 PM   Monday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Thursday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Friday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Saturday 11.30 AM–11 PM
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Other pubs close to this one:

The Paxton is in Gipsy Road, less than ¼ mile from The Two Towers

The Colby Arms is at 132 Gipsy Hill, about ⅓ mile away

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Local restaurants

Mangosteen is a pricey Thai restaurant in Gipsy Road, less than ¼ mile from The Two Towers. Mangosteen has a clean interior with neatly arranged cushions lining the walls. The food, like the decor, is nicely presented and combines simple pan-oriental flavours and textures.

Passage To India is a cheap Indian restaurant at 232 Gipsy Road, less than ¼ mile away. It provides vegetarian dishes, takeaway, air conditioning, bar

The Indian Dining Club is a pricey Indian restaurant in Gipsy Road, less than ¼ mile from The Two Towers, and provides vegetarian dishes

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