Pipemakers Arms58 St Johns Road
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A pleasant split level pub with beamed ceilings, dating from around 1830, whose name derives from the clay pipes that used to be made on the premises. Remnants of this cottage industry are still occasionally dug up in the garden which leads down to the River Colne. It has horse brasses and old prints of the brewing industry on the walls. Although under Chinese management, it retains the look and feel of a long established pub. A long menu of Peking, Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine, which may also be taken away, is available daily between 12-2 and 5.30-10.30.