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The Three Daws, Gravesend - pub details

Three Daws

Address: 1 Town Pier, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0BJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25649) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gravesend (0.4 miles), Tilbury Town (1.5 miles), East Tilbury (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 17 users)
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Rambling multi-room pub on the riverside. It is very old - the outside of the building looked Tudor. Excellent beer and interesting food menu, although the food didn't quite delivery. There can be nowhere nicer on a fine summer's evening. Last visit slightly marred by a party of very drunk people and their long-suffering children.
simontheeditor - 15 Jul 2017 10:45
Impressed by the 3 Daws yesterday...1 average pint...end of the barrel followed by a couple in very good condition. The ham, egg and chips were excellent. After we went for a drink in the Rum Puncheon....shocked how much this has gone down hill...must be a good reason for this, for now I'll be sticking with the 3 Daws.
MSE12 - 2 Apr 2017 09:32
I love this pub which overlooks the Thames. A large sprawling building with plenty of small snugs and alcoves. There is also an outdoor drinking area.
I popped in in mid afternoon last week, there were quite a few people present either watching the traffic on the Thames or enjoying a meal. which made me hungry so I had a lamb roast which was very tasty. The roast potatoes were a very decent size!
As for the beers there were a couple of Millis ales and a Rockin Robin. Between the three of us we had all of them with no complaints.
The decor had changed little since my previous visit. Lots of old photos and drawings with a maritime theme. Very interesting!


outtamehead - 18 Jun 2016 12:11
The Three Daws is a large pub and restaurant overlooking the river at the bottom end of the High Street. This was the first pub apart from the spoons that was genuinely busy with food being very popular.

6 ales across the hand pumps, I managed to get the last 2 pints of Whitstable Breweries Winckel Picker @ 4.5% before the barrel was empty. My pint (which came first) was drinkable but my pal’s wasn’t though he did manage to drink it all!
As mentioned by every other reviewer the pub is full of alcoves and nooks and crannies, it certainly has some history to it aswell as the large river frontage garden, not the right weather for us to sample the outside area.

Behind the bar is an old wooden boat / tug sign depicting the name Hilda, there is a lot of ship and boat memorabilia on the walls.

Bar Billiards table in the small room to the left of the bar.

A decent enough pub but for some reason I didn’t enjoy my visit and was pleased to leave and head towards the Rum Puncheon.
lezford - 10 Jan 2016 11:29
Very pleasant and oldfashioned pub which had three ales on at the time of visit. I also had a cheese ploughmans. The interior of the pub is cosy but you can't beat the terrace on a sunny day, to watch the ships go by on this wide reach of the lower Thames.
rainlight - 7 Aug 2015 16:51

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