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Queen Charlotte, Ramsgate - pub details

Address: 57 Addington Street, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 9JJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33095) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ramsgate (0.8 miles), Dumpton Park (1.3 miles), Broadstairs (2.4 miles)

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We were here on a Friday night recently. We always pop in when we're in Ramsgate and it's a nice atmosphere if it's heavily London ex-pat. Beers are good. My main gripe is that one of the women serving completely ignored me for about five mins to the point where I said, "Excuse me, I..." and she just walked past me to serve a bearded regular. The other barmaid, who'd been away from the bar, appeared and asked me if I wanted serving to which my reply was: "Er, ye-eah!" We're probably going to move to Ramsgate and if we do I'll grow a beard and maybe this won't happen again.
seanfarrell68 - 11 Jun 2013 11:06
When beers are on, they are very good. The landlord shows enough humility to ask advice of those he knows have a decent degree of knowledge of ale.
The landlord and landlady are both very welcoming - though at times there are staff serving at the bar who are best described as chocolate teapots: they are unable to multi-task and serve drinks at such a ponderous pace as to annoy.
The clientele is definitely different from other Ramsgate pubs. They're better washed than Belgian bar customers, but still have a whiff of the Guardian about them. Still, you can't have everything.
Soldrax - 3 Jan 2013 14:53
The Queen Charlotte is now a lovely boozer with plenty of regulars, charm and character. It's been tastefully retro-renovated. The night I was in was "knitting night" which meant a table or two full of ladies - always a good thing in a pub. All the music was on vinyl and I'm told an 80+ year-old DJ spins some 78s on a Thursday night. I feel for the previous reviewer who couldn't get served as I found the landlady very hospitable, as were the regulars. Served a nice pint of Hophead, but also had a couple of Gadd's (Seasider and a.n.other). An absolute must for any visitor to the area.
Vincenzo74 - 18 Jun 2012 11:31
The Queen Charlotte has closed since the last review, and has subsequently been bought by some cove from London. After being closed for some months and having been altered and retro-renovated internally, it now resembles a real pub once more, with real ale and a selection of bottled ales.

It was busy on my visit, but there was plenty of space at the bar, and two barmaids - only one of which was serving at the time. I was either wearing a cloak of invisibility, or the only people who are welcome in the Queen Charlotte are members of the landlord and barmaidís cabal!

Having been totally ignored for several minutes and incandescent with rage, I immediately repaired to a far more welcoming hostelry within lurching distance, and slaked my thirst accordingly.

No ales consumed and no service in any way, shape or form. Nul points!

5thearlofwimbourne - 15 Dec 2011 16:17
New landlord and lady have made a change to the place. Worth calling in for a drink and food. Nice pub
Davehobbit - 20 Dec 2009 10:39

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