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The Punch and Judy, Tonbridge - pub details

Address: 11 St. Stephens St, Tonbridge, Kent, TN9 2AB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29877) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tonbridge (0.2 miles), Leigh (2.6 miles), Hildenborough (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 34 users)
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The session started well with a decent pint of Tonbridge Coppernob but then they turned on the canned music. The bar staff clearly liked it because the volume went up and up. It reached such a volume that I abandoned the idea of trying to tell them that our second pint, the Long Man blond was vinegary and not fit to serve. So we left and will not be back.
Hopheads - 7 Dec 2016 19:38
Living in London, I'm only an occasional visitor to this small local in a terraced back-street just a few minutes' walk from the station. There is always a convivial atmosphere around the counter; a step leads up to an area with a high-beamed ceiling, an American jukebox, and old signs on brick walls. Part of the back yard is covered, heated, and comfortably furnished. Gracious staff serve three or four ales: the Harvey's Best was in top nick. A strong contender for the best pub in town.
Viewfinder - 6 Nov 2016 21:17
Arranged to meet a pal here after football on a Saturday evening, just before 7pm when I got here and the pub was pretty busy with several people enjoying the football on the television.

Harvey's Best was in good form here and the 3 pints I had all went down very well.

A thoroughly decent back street pub that was filling up as I left just before 9pm.

Interesting outside inside mens toilets near the front door.

lezford - 11 Jan 2016 15:27
Seems every time I come here, which isn't that often as I'm not local, there's been a change of manager. No worries, the new folks are brilliant, very friendly and already getting in the swing on their first day I think, with a really good quiz night. Oh yes, the beer was damn good too - Harveys, Copperknob, and 2 Thwaites beers. Hope they're still here when I come again!!!
nelly0164 - 26 Aug 2013 20:05
Popped in for a quick pint. The staff are friendly though as a previous reviewer mentioned their mates seem to congregate around the bar a little too much. A lively pub, the Harvey's Sussex wasn't one of the best I've ever had which was disappointing as it's one of my favourite ales. Tonbridge Copperknob and Woodforde Wherry were the others available. A lively place but also cosy one.
outtamehead - 2 Jun 2013 18:15

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