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Two Brewers, Shoreham - pub details

Two Brewers

Address: 30, High Street, Shoreham, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN14 7TD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1095) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shoreham (0.5 miles), Otford (1.8 miles), Knockholt (2.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Kings Arms, Shoreham (0.1 miles), Crown, Shoreham (0.2 miles), Olde George Inn, Shoreham (0.2 miles), Horns, Otford (1.5 miles), Rising Sun, Twitton (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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A real shame - stopped at this pub for a saturday lunch, really nice food but the experience was entirely spoilt by the very rude owner. After eating we then went for a bit of a walk from the pub car park (we didnt think it would be a problem leaving our car there as we had spent a decent amount of money on lunch there and also there was only one other car in the car park...we had in fact parked in front of a sign which said please park here!!) and on our return the owner made a point of telling having a go at us for leaving our car there as they had a private party that evening. He could have brought this up in a much more polite way but chose to be rude and confrontational. We were planning to frequent this pub but this has really put us off. Obviously we did not want to inconvinience anyone and didnt realise it was an issue... so didnt expect quite such a confrontation at the end of what was meant to be a nice day. Very bad attitude to customers.
simmondsj - 23 Nov 2013 17:08
We always have a great time in this pub. The food is excellent always fresh and although sometimes this means that items are no longer available the quality of the locally sourced fresh meat, fish and veg is always exceptional.

The combination of 'old school' and modern desserts is always a tempting option - waistline doesn't always appreciate it but not to be missed!

The inside is welcoming and comfortable, staff always attentive even when rushed off their feet. The outside space has yet to be tested fully - roll on the summer!

Would recommend this to anyone visiting Shoreham as the best place to eat, drink and relax in the village.
phcavendish - 2 Dec 2011 16:59
Found ourselves passing through Shoreham on a walk last weekend. Had intended to go elsewhere but the lure of Beer & Cider festival lured us into the 2Brewers, us being big cider fans.

4 local ciders but 3 rather bizarre, being flavoured with odd non-apple flavours (raspberry, peach, coconut and something... no thanks). But the apple-flavoured one was good.

Friendly bar staff and excellent food. My co-walker had sausage and mash and was bowled over by the oceans of superb onion gravy offerred. I had fish cakes which were great and looked identical to those on offer at the nearby The Hop Shop (which is a good thing),
mark555 - 6 May 2011 22:15
What a lovely, lovely pub. I'd never been to Shoreham before but on Sunday my fiancee and myself had a leisurely day there. We walked into this pub to be greeted with a sign "There are no strangers, only friends we have not yet met" and a very friendly gentleman, Chris.
I had a pint of Westerham 1965 followed by a Cornish Coaster, both lovely. My other half was offered a few ciders to try before settling on a strong raspberry flavoured cider.
We were made to feel very welcome and the clientele were a nice mixture of ramblers, day-trippers and locals.
I had the roast beef which was delicious, well cooked and reasonably priced, my fiancee had the fish and chips, which looked amazing and tasted as good as it looked.
If you get off the train at Shoreham I highly recommend you make your way past the other pubs to get to the 2 Brewers.
Spoik11 - 5 May 2011 15:25
My wife and I visit Shoreham on a regular basis, usually to have a wander round the village and lunch in the Jolly Ostler (Kings Arms). On our last visit however, we couldn't get into the Ostler (looked like it must've been National Ramblers Day or something) so we continued around the village and went into the Two Brewers, which we'd not visited before. It was warm, peaceful and welcoming, which is exactly the atmosphere we were after. We were shown to a lovely table in the corner, where our drinks order was taken by a very friendly and charming barmaid. There were three beers on offer, one of which was Black Sheep bitter - which I had. It was a perfectly pulled pint, so top marks there. We ordered our food and sat back and relaxed, reliably informed that there was a 20 minute wait which was fine. Our food arrived a little later than advertised, but our dishes were so delicious that our one minor quibble was swiftly forgotten. The steak and ale pie I had was just delightful, and pretty reasonable at a little over 8 quid. Proper home-made jacketed chips to boot - perfect! My wife was over the moon with her chicken chasseur as well, which is always a bonus. The staff were extremely friendly and polite, chatty and helpful, and the place itself is beautifully decorated and very homely with its log fire roaring away. We will definitely be coming here again, top marks to the landlord and his family for a wonderful afternoon lunch.
PMA - 5 Jan 2010 15:21

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