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The Bricklayers Arms, Bromley - pub details

Address: 141-143 Masons Hill, Bromley, Kent, BR2 9HW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2473) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bromley South (0.6 miles), Bromley North (1 mile), Bickley (1 mile)

Brewery: Shepherd Neame

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After a visit to Bromley FC myself and a pal spent all Saturday night in this very homely and welcoming Shepherd and Neame pub.

3 ales on which were all from Shepherd and Neame, my umpteen pints of Late Red were all excellent and went down a treat, in fact they went down so well I completely forgot how many I had drank and for how long I had been in the pub!

Busy nearly all night with locals, but it did empty out a bit after the live game on the TV ended.

Cracking pub with a nice friendly welcome, certainly the best pub in this part of Bromley.
lezford - 22 Dec 2016 11:38
An early football kick off at Bromley FC on a Saturday in mid November, so I stop for a few pints in this well maintained Shepherd and Name pub a short stroll from Bromley South station.

It’s many years since I've been here and I think they have moved the bar, I'm sure it used to be in front of you as you entered from Mason’s Hill. Now the pub has an open plan layout with the bar curling between both rooms. The room on the left is more of a bar with a dart board on the raised area & some leather seats. The room to the right has a cosy front room feel and is carpeted throughout, there’s leather seating around the windows and plenty of tables.

3 cask hand pumps on each side of the bar each offering 2 ales which were Master Brew and Whitstable Bay. I opted for the Whitstable Bay which was a decently kept beer.

As its match day and an early kick off the pub is heaving by 11.40am with the all day breakfasts proving extremely popular.

The 2 bar staff were both pleasant and efficient and seemed to know most of the punters that were in or that came in during my time here. The Bricks as it’s known locally is a much better pub for a few pints before football than the over crowded and unwelcoming ‘spoons opposite Bromley South station and it’s certainly worth the short walk up the hill.

lezford - 5 Dec 2015 21:24
New music quiz night starting here Thursday 16th Feb. 8pm - 2 per player, max. 6 per team - Winners take it all. What will your team name be?
earljhickey - 10 Jan 2012 20:27
Had thought the new team were doing a pretty good job of keeping the place up to historical standards (although not sure why they need the TVs), but ringing last orders on a packed pub at 10.30 on Christmas Eve?????? .. would never have happened in George & Pam's days

Time to find a new pub..

33048 - 24 Dec 2011 23:38
Fantastic pub! Have just moved into area and discovered The Bricklayers. Great choice of food with original specials. The Sunday lunches are the best I've had anywhere - lots of fresh veg = swede, parsnips crispy roast potatoes = not frozen rubbish, spring greens, Yorkshire pud and a generous portion of meat. I had The lamb which was superb. The staff were very friendly and obviously have been taught very well by the landlord and landlady who were very much hands on. I have eaten there now 11 times (not bad - only moved in 3 wks ago!) and have popped in for a drink at various times. The clientele are mixed but all seem very friendly. Yes, there are big screen tv's but volume was kept to a minimum each time I visited. I would be happy to take clients or family to this pub. Great place!
Reculey - 8 Mar 2011 19:30

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