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Whitstable Oyster, Whitstable - pub details

Address: Horsebridge Road, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 1BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40288) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chestfield & Swalecliffe (2 miles), Herne Bay (4.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 5 users)
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ALMOST AS GOOD AS THE WALL TAVERN. ALMOST.

I'M SURE I CAN SMELL CHEESE?
Ladhimself - 19 Jun 2012 15:55
This place has had a makeover.
The dart board is a great introduction and so too are the strippers. All they need now a stand-up of the old school blue variety and I will be heaven.
My pint of Double Diamond came with a slice of cucumber in it.
Ladhimself - 3 Aug 2011 14:22
Visited at the height of Oysterfest fever last Saturday. Yes, it's expensive, and yes, it's busy. Arguably it is indeed a restaurant first and bar - not pub - second. Nevertheless, I can only report positively about the quality of its wares, and the service. The IPA is the only cask ale and was in splendid condition. The rest are what's currently termed as 'craft keg', which usually seems to mean filtered but unpasteurised beer served on tap. Not 'real' as such, but these beers contained minimal gas and in no way could they be described as bland; the Raspberry Wheat and Oyster Stout were full of flavour. The main purpose of pitching up here was to eat, and both local and Irish oysters were excellent, if probably the most dear of their kind in town. I'm not always certain of my liking for oysters, but this really persuaded me. There were various youngsters on the bar working tirelessly to keep pace with demand - which they did with aplomb. The staff were efficient, and charmingly engaging with customers - even smiles can't be taken for granted in most bars so well done. A very jolly occasion.
TWG - 30 Jul 2011 15:59
I can honestly say that the Whitstable East India IPA that is served straight from the barrel here is one of the loveliest beers I've tasted, and at 2.80 a pint is very reasonable for the area. Other drinks are quite expensive mind you. We had dinner here as well one night and the food was beautiful, if a little expensive but thats to be expected from a fish restaurant by the sea. Not sure how to rate this place, as I'm used to rating pubs as opposed to restaurants with a bar, but I'll definitely visit again, if only for that delicious IPA. Mmmmmm.
PMA - 21 Sep 2010 17:05
Another Whitstable pub full of blasted stinking howling dogs, please please please keep the revolting things away from anything that needs to go into your mouth!
AndrewPovey70 - 5 Sep 2010 22:03

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