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Railway Tavern, Longfield - pub details

Address: 2 Station Road, Longfield, Kent, DA3 7QD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35753) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Longfield (0.1 miles), Meopham (3 miles), Farningham Road (3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 2.4/10 (rated by 31 users)
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user reviews of Railway Tavern, Longfield

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This pub is a great place to watch sport. It has 5 TVs, and if there are a couple of top games on, they will play both at once. They serve a good variety of beer and lager - even my favourite Italian larger Moretti - and the girl with the glasses behind the bar is fabulous (always so pleasant and remembers your favourite round!) It's a shame the d├ęcor has not been brought up to date and that food isn't available, but as afar as a friendly local pub goes, it's a pleasure to frequent and I enjoy sharing a drink there with my man a couple of times a week. Another bonus is their effort in securing bands and holding events when the time of year calls for it. The clientele are always friendly and enjoyable to chat to. A great local pub - always support your local - these guys are doing a great job!
lollygriff - 2 Nov 2014 18:52
I cant believe the arrogance of the staff they left me to pull my own pint and cook my own food. The music is overbearing and not even the staff seem to want to work under the landlord Billy who a native of Clackmanannshire lost control of the punters years ago.

Big Jani
davefatsjani - 16 Aug 2014 20:51
The real ale in this establishment is of the very highest quality indeed and is of an exceptional standard. It is a credit to the cellarman. Whilst i wouldn't class myself as a regular in any particular public house i have been in this one on many occassions & have been made to feel welcome.
saintsforever - 11 Jun 2014 11:14
I've been to this pub a number of times and would say to people don't be put off by some of the reviews on here. From around Sept 2013 there are people so obviously bent on destroying the landlord's reputation that they have posted adverse reviews about the Railway Tavern on every other pub in the area. They are so transparent that it doesn't take much to work out what they are up to. It seems to me someone has a grudge and this is their way of trying to hit back by telling lies. I really don't like this sort of thing and trust people will make their own minds up. As far as I'm concerned this pub is ok and the beer good. It has a Casque Mark accreditation which speaks for itself.
Pom2000 - 5 Jan 2014 11:09
The pub has been smartened up since new landlord took over and the beer is very good, if not excellent. The staff are always pleasant and the pub is very welcoming. Don't understand the bad reviews. My first thought was that rivals are trying to discredit or the comments are being made by someone with a grudge. Really not to be taken seriously!
Pom2000 - 4 Jan 2014 08:56

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