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Station Buffet, Bridlington - pub details

Address: Station Approach, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 3EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36951) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bridlington (0 miles), Bempton (3.4 miles)

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At the risk of setting myself up for disappointment, I paid another visit while in Bridlington last week and there was actually some real ale on. Only one, admittedly, but that is one more than on my previous two visits.

Service was swift and the lady was pleasant and chatty. The ale available was Sleck Dust by Great Newsome, at £3.80 for a pint or £1.90 for the half I had. On the more expensive side than I was expecting, but it was a decent ale in good condition.

Pleased I have actually managed a drink in here now - I can cross it off the list!
RealAleRobUK - 22 Jun 2017 17:09
After my previous visit proved unfruitful I had the opportunity to try again on a weekday on the run up to Christmas.

On entering this time I noticed a weird musty smell, like a mix of unwashed people and stale smoke.

4 hand pumps were almost hidden from view at the end of the bar and all were unclipped. I walked out (though there didn't seem to be anyone rushing to serve me anyway).

Looks quaint but based on my two visits, appears to be a bit of a waste of time if you are looking for real ale.
RealAleRobUK - 1 Jan 2017 15:42
Entered one weekday lunch time recently while in Bridlington. A short walk from the town centre and there was only a couple of other people in (together) and the atmosphere could only be described as "awkward".

There was a significant delay before anyone came to the bar, which gave me time to survey the offerings. Of four hand pumps, three were unclipped and one appeared to be offering Pricky Back.

Eventually the gent came out from the back but when I ordered he told me he was cleaning the bitters at the moment so couldn't even offer me the Tetley Bitter on the electric pump (no great loss there I am sure). He was polite enough about it, but unfortunately meant there was nothing for me to stay for on this occasion.

This seems one of those places that is rather small, so when there are only a couple of people in it has the ambience of a dentist waiting room, yet when it gets busy I can imagine it is almost unbearable. Still, it is an interesting and unusual place which I may possibly re-investigate another day.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Mar 2016 17:31
Interesting place, decent food, can't keep his real ales, scruffy manager with attitude problem.
briddy1 - 24 Mar 2011 00:34
Wow. Great place for a beer.Much better that any railway bar that one has been in.
Hollow.legs - 23 Jan 2011 19:49

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