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The Hare, Langton Green - pub details

Address: Langton Road, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 0JA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15222) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ashurst (2.3 miles), Tunbridge Wells (2.8 miles), Eridge (3.1 miles)

Chain: Brunning and Price

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 23 users)
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This is a good food pub. Prices are perhaps a little on the steep side, but compares well with the others in the area. For just a drink with Friends, not so great.

An average selection of beers, nothing remarkable - enough to keep folk happy.

Food is consistently good, as is the service, and you can find one of Kent's better Sunday Lunches here. Its a good family pub, plenty of space, and other reviewers comments about no children's menu are not accurate - everything is available in child's portions and they will happily make any kids food to order.

Nice garden with a field makes it particularly enjoyable in the Summer. I've been here around 9 times now, and each time has been fine, never any problems, so a good consistent Pub.
muiramas - 2 Dec 2012 11:17
If you are using your satnav to get there, beware. TomTom directed us to a point on the Langton Road miles to the east of where the pub actually is. Asking satnav for Town Centre/Langton Green would be the answer.

Arrived around 2pm on a Saturday and there was no parking to be had for love nor money. It's a large and popular pub with restricted parking. But after doing an errand, we returned a little later and found a space.

Lunch was excellent.Grilled chicken breast with stilton topped bubble-and-squeak anf mushroom gravy for me, steak and venison suet pudding for my partner. And the apple and berry crumble with custard was 10/10.

Had house red as nothing appealed from the beer taps. They did have Biddenden cider, but the 8% job, which didn't seem like a lunchtime tipple.

Staff and service were truely superb.

We would go back to eat there in a heartbeat, but I'd not say it was a beer drinkers pub, given the satiff comptetition.
mark555 - 13 Nov 2011 13:42
I can only think that this pub must have changed loads since tantan went in 2009 and I started going in 2010. It is SO family friendly. OK – so it doesn’t have lots of climbing frames and swings in the garden – but to be honest they always look so ugly anyway that it would spoil a very pretty outside area on the village green. It does indeed get busy so book a table. But the food is great. They are very tolerant of kids not matter how restless they are getting. They have highchairs, change station in the ladies and do kid sized portions. We always go there when I have family in town as they cannot be more accommodating of large numbers so it gets a big thumbs up from me and my family!
TiaB - 26 Jul 2011 15:43
A Greene King house with 6 ales on: IPA (£3.20), Ruddles Bitter, Morlands Bitter, Hansons & Hardy's Olde Trip (£3.60), and Abbot Ale & St Edmunds (£3.80). By no means cheap unless you are there between 5:00 & 7:00 Mon-Fri when there is 60p off a pint.

More of an eating than a drinking establishment with an extensive menu that mirrors the beer in its prices. Lots of space to sit and reasonable service.

At least the beers we sampled were well kept.
PlainSong - 26 Oct 2010 14:27
Nice clean roomy pub, but not child friendly at all. No high chairs, no kids menu, no changin facilities, and kids have to be out by 7pm.

Food pretty good, but £10 for a burger and chips, it's pretty pricey.

Can get very busy at weekends, but a nice atmosphere exists within.
tantan - 13 Mar 2009 21:06

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