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Bricklayers Arms, Larkfield - pub details

Bricklayers Arms

Address: 4440 New Hythe Lane, Larkfield, Aylesford, Kent, ME20 6SA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33149) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations New Hythe (0.4 miles), Aylesford (1 mile), Snodland (1.5 miles)

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You and your apostrophes again !
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hoonkerama - 26 Feb 2011 11:44
I think perhaps you mean "lightly"!
The_Final_Arbiter - 26 Feb 2011 11:26
Sorry, it was alright! Pretty basic but clean.
Sharp - 25 Feb 2011 20:19
. . . . . . . . . . . . . and how WAS the beer?
The_Final_Arbiter - 25 Feb 2011 20:17
It's friday, and regular readers know what that means - time for another Sharp pub review. This week I selected the Bricklayers Arms, owing to its proximity to my workplace in Kings Hill. I left work in good spirits, and decided to stop off at Tesco on the way to fill up my car for a trip to Wigan tomorrow. My fuel gauge was quite low but nothing to be alarmed about, until about 300 yards from the petrol station/Tesco and my car died from beneath me. As luck would have it, there was a cheeky country lane on the left handside that I coasted into and pulled up, seething and cursing. With no petrol can in the boot, I set off for Tesco, praying that they would stock one. I will not entertain anyone who has a bad word to say about supermarkets, for their provided me with one at a bargain price (of course sneaking through the self checkouts to avoid the obvious shame). I waltzed over to the petrol station and, wanting to avoid detection once more, attempted to figure out the pay at pump screen. After several failed attempts, I filled up my petrol can, spillages all over my hands, but it worked all the same. I went into the kiosk and begged the lady to let me wash my hands in the staff toilet - after denying me at first, she finally relented, after I informed her there is the strong possibility that I would shortly be on fire. I then set off, petrol can in hand, for the walk of shame back to my car. I filled up with relative ease and tentatively made my way back to the petrol station - the sense of relief when I arrived was amazing. After being relieved of 80 (at the pay at pump of course, to avoid the sneers of the lowly Tesco worker), I set off to the Bricklayers. The car park was pretty busy but I nailed a lovely reverse park with ease. Stressed, I stormed into the pub, barging my way past the locals hanging around the back door, smoking. As is the theme in Kent, the selection was somewhat disappointing - T.E.A, one of my least favourite ales, was off, so I had to settle for a Courage Best (3.05). This pub, in my opinion, has had a very tasteful makeover - the clientel are very much of the working class, Kent locals who offer you a warm welcome in their own special way. I sat down in the "restaurant" area, where there are nice leather seats and light wooden tables. Very plush. However the tables were somewhat spoilt by Stella Artois beer mats on each one. Never mind. There is an excellent bar billiards table here, as well as a darts board with a proper oche. I wouldn't go out of your way for this one, I was glad to get home if I'm honest. Still, could be worse. 5/10.
Sharp - 25 Feb 2011 19:47

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