The King Charles Inn, Poole - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2844) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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|The King Charles was our second pub in Poole yesterday lunchtime after the Drift (not listed on the site). It has quite a dark interior and live football was being shown. But only a couple of people were watching and the place had very little atmosphere. The ale range was fairly poor too - Sharps Doom Bar, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Youngs Bitter. Worst of the 4 Poole pubs we tried.|
blue_scrumpy - 25 Sep 2016 13:09
| my wife and i visited poole last week and stopped off to try the carvery after a friend reccomended it.we wern't dissapointed if you like a sunday roast this place is a must, also i noticed a good range of real ales i counted four i had the doombar my wife had ringwood best both very good the staff were pleasent and we had a lovely time we will be back|
spartan - 24 Dec 2013 16:46
|A traditional and good sized pub just off The Quay, it consists of a single bar in the main part of the pub with a function room up a few stairs to the left. This had an attractive vaulted ceiling and was hosting a RNLI benefit gig on the evening we visited.|
Despite being one open room, it’s divided in to a few different areas by virtue of the décor. At the front to the left is a small snug reminiscent of a hotel drawing room with a few beams on the ceiling and opposite this was an old grandfather clock. The walls were white washed stone and these had been covered on the lower half with dark wood panelling and there was also some exposed brickwork including an old pillar. At the rear this gave way to red paintwork. A plasma screen was also at the rear showing a darts match and there was also a darts board and some type of miniature snooker table (I’m sure there’s a proper name for it, all the pockets were at one end).
Food wise, the menu looked to be a traditional “pub grub” affair with options such as Scampi & Chips, Ham Egg & Chips, Burger, Sausage & Mash, Chilli Con Carne, etc. Most of these were priced somewhere around the £7 mark, although we didn’t sample anything so I can’t comment on the quality.
Drinks on tap were Doom Bar and Bombardier whilst the ciders were Strongbow and Thatcher’s Gold.
Blackthorn - 31 Jul 2013 10:15
|I see the king charles has reopened. It wont be the same without Paul Middleton and bill there running it . I went past there only a night or two and saw one person sat at bar how sad. so enterprise you have a lot to answer for . I will not be drinking in there every again that is for sure . my rating for this pub by paul and bill was there 10+ now 0 . and RIP Paul Middleton were a very special friend and always will be x |
charlie77 - 19 Sep 2012 12:47
|It's sad to see one of the best-run pubs in Poole closed by a greedy pub company. This was a classy place where you got a warm welcome and could be sure of not being bothered by yobs. Even worse news---I hear that Paul, the ex-guvnor, has died. He was a great bloke and I am very sorry to know that he is gone.|
16jamesdoc - 28 Aug 2012 10:50
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