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I visited this pub twice whilst visiting the area. Both times I found the staff to be friendly and helpful. Let's face it, if you walk into a pub in the south of England and ask if they could put the Tranmere Rovers match on...More
newly taken over since last year. used to be a dive.. great friendly landlord ( Simon). Food on the bar for punters. roast potatoes on sundays and meat raffle. free jukebox behind the bar. and pool table and darts. they show all footy, ruggers and...More
Popped in for a pint,but make sure you have cash as they don’t take cards,very clean but it has just been refurbished it was not busy for a Sunday lunchtime which suited me fine as they have newspapers to read so a pint and a...More
My friends and I went here over the weekend. BAD idea. We were having a drink and a bit of a dance then out of the blue my friend was DRAGGED out of the bar by the bouncer, because "he had a look about him"....More
Went for a Thai meal and then decided to have a quick drink afterwards, chose this pub as it was quiet looking. By God that was an understatement!
Went in the TV was blaring loudly playing coronation street. There was a very bored looking barmaid...More
We were visiting Rochester's very good Dickens' Festival on 30th May 2015 and, as all the other pubs and cafes were full, we decided to get a drink in this empty pub. The barman was very friendly, so no problems there, but, when I went...More