The Poacher, Tudeley - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25738) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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Turmeric Gold, Tudeley (0.6 miles), George and Dragon, Tudeley (1.1 miles), Cardinals Error, Tonbridge (1.5 miles), Queens Head, Five Oak Green (1.6 miles), Bell, Golden Green (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Not a pub so shouldn't be on this site! Booked a Sunday lunch with friends and turned up at 12:05 but at 12:10 we were still standing in the cold because they couldn't be bothered to open the doors despite advertising a 12:00 start. Won't visit again because if that is indicative of their customer service I'd rather be somewhere that cares! |
meland - 21 Dec 2011 12:39
|I recently visited this pub with some friends, ( sorry restaurant ) you cannot call the Poacher pub.|
When I ordered a pint, it came with a head over an inch thick, when I asked for it to be topped up, the chap behind the bar said the was the landlords perks, and told his staff not to fill it up, I accepted the pint as I did not whon't to make a fuss as my friends had not yet arrived.
We decided not to have starters and ordered your main meals, what a mistake that was, as the main meals would not feed a dormouse, and was not was discribed on the menu.
If you expept to be fed when you dine out, then I would not recommend you go to the Poacher.
subabyjo - 31 Dec 2010 13:03
|I've been here quite a bit; latest visit was in October 2010 for a midweek lunch. |
The Poacher isn't really a pub at all, it's a restaurant which serves drinks. The interior is smart and glitzy, and though there is a bar you can sit at, most of the space is given over to tables for eating.
I had a decent bowl of game stew with dumplings and a couple of perfectly OK pints. The staff were friendly and efficient. It's all fine but it's not a place where I would ever go with a mate for a few beers. It's somewhere to take your mum for Sunday lunch, or to take a girl who doesn't really like pubs. It's all very clean and smart and characterless.
Major_Bill - 22 Nov 2010 14:45
|Had more names than Elizabeth Taylor but still known locally as the Red Cow.|
Large pub .. large car park .. little appeal
kisstaker - 13 Sep 2010 20:39
|Tremendously up and down, this one. |
My wife reports a delicious meal and wine this month (October 2009). But me myself I wouldn't got there: it's not a proper pub (too girly) and there are much better options - esp the Dovecot at Capel, and as of this month, the George and Dragon up the road.
LDW - 29 Oct 2009 09:23
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