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The Two Brewers, Whitstable - pub details

Address: 72 Canterbury Road, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 4HD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21042) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chestfield & Swalecliffe (2.1 miles), Herne Bay (4.5 miles)

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Quick addendum to my 2011 comment: I did come back in here, late-doors for some hardly-needed but still much-wanted quaffage on Saturday 21st July. Beer was stilldecent enough. Big karaoke-led party at the rear. Tawdry though that was, it is a rare guilty pleasure of TWG's, and I tried to get into the spirit by putting myself down for a tune. Bloody DJ was obviously either being paid or receiving sexual favours by locals (mostly girls), as after waiting over an hour, the show ended at midnight, with some people having had three goes, yet I never got a look-in! And I so was looking forward to wowing the world with my rendition of "What Is Love" by Howard Jones....

They dunno what they missed!
TWG - 1 Aug 2012 17:32
I must be frank and confess that I'd had no plans to stop off here on the way into Whitstable, but my mate would've spilled his bladder in the car otherwise. Actually, for a pretty average-looking place only needed for a piss-stop, it turned out to be an acceptable whistle-wetter; the place was on the fringes of Festival territory but happily Gadd's Festival Ale was served. So we had some, and it was bloody marvellous! Really well-conditioned and an unexpected treat. Shame most local chaps appeared to be satisfied by the likes of Messrs Carling and Foster at ludicrous prices, but that's their wasted cash not mine. Seemed to be a decent enough boozer, still modelled on the two-bar layout, which was a nice novelty. May never return, but for a quick, surprisingly good half of cask ale and a proper piss, there are far worse pubs.
TWG - 27 Jul 2011 23:27
I just can't stay away from this place because there is nothing I like more than drinking in a pub full of fat men wearing high visibility vests.
On my latest visit I was accompanied by Lord and Lady Kumquat, who have an interest in my late father's estate, not to mention his old Volvo.
To eat I started with the pumpkin and artichoke soup and followed this with broiled breast of stout on a bed of rice noodles. It came with a Newcastle Brown Ale suace and was absolutely disguting. For pud I had the cheeseboard. No cheese, just the cheeseboard. It as on the tough side.
Lord and lady Kumquat both opted for the 134.59 set menu, which consisted of gruel to start, bread with peanuts to follow and roasted Angel Delight for afters.
To drink we shared a bottle of whiskey which we mixed with Orangina and goat's milk.

Ladhimself - 10 Nov 2010 16:05
I visited this place just hours after major surgery (I had a new lung installed under general anisthetic) and found the surroundings charmingly bucollic and Hardyesque. Some of the grotesques drinking at the bar were straight out of central casting from an old black and white adaptation of Charles Dickens. One even had a nose like Betsy Trotwood.
Ladhimself - 20 Jan 2010 12:31
not of top quality some furniture in need of repair,generaly the young and non dicerning clientel.
atmosphere very cold and not (to my mind) user friendly..food cooked and edibal but menue could do with revamping....no the best place for family entertainment....mine host far from jovial!
anonymous - 19 Jun 2005 17:44

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