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The Red Lion, Bromley - pub details

Red Lion

Address: 10 North Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5256) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sundridge Park (0.2 miles), Bromley North (0.3 miles), Bromley South (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 87 users)
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White Horse, Bromley (0.1 miles), Anglesey Arms, Bromley (0.1 miles), Freelands Tavern, Bromley (0.1 miles), Crown and Anchor, Bromley (0.1 miles), Railway Hotel, Bromley (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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As with Lezford, this was my planned to be my penultimate port of call in Bromley. But, the Freelands was not on my hitlist, although it is now open, as I passed it. The Red Lion is a decent backstreet Greene King boozer, with a couple of guest ales. It immediately reminded me of the Eagle Ale House in Clapham, albeit much quieter. This was another pub where the landlord looked at me with suspicion as I entered. Ales were Greene King IPA & Abbot, Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter, Salcombe Gold & Flying Monk Habit. I had the latter, which was ok. French football was on the TV and the pub got a little busier shortly after my arrival. But, it did lack a little atmosphere.
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2019 20:59
This was supposed to be the 4th pub of 5 but it ended up being 4 of 4 as the Freeland’s Tavern was closed when we left the Red Lion.

Busy at 10.30pm at this GBG 2015 listed pub. A re tick for as I first came here 15 months ago to tick it, on that visit I liked the pub but it felt a little bit clicky and to be honest I still have the same opinion. Don’t get me wrong I like the Red Lion but it’s not someone I come to regularly so I’m always here just for a quick pint.

Now to the beer there were 5 hand pumps with a good choice of ales, I had St Austell Liquid Sunshine @ 3.9% and it was throughally good.

Again only a quick stop as we tried to get last orders in the Freeland’s.
lezford - 17 Aug 2015 12:09
Nice little back street free house just a few minutes walk from Bromley North station.

Pretty busy on the Tuesday night I visited. Traditional interior with a few pub mirrors on the walls and a nice array of pump clips on display around & above the bar.

5 pumps that were serving 4 ales. My pint of St Andrews from an unknown brewery was very good and at £3.50 it was reasonable.

Music on at a soft enough level to allow for chatter and the football was on the television but on mute.

lezford - 27 Nov 2013 11:44
The beer here is kept excellently and the pub manages to maintain a great background chatter whilst never being loud. When on a crawl of the nearby pubs this is where I appreciated the pint and soaked up the atmosphere the most.
ChrisBass - 9 Nov 2012 18:59
visited this pub on saturday lunch time and was given a warm welcome and although was quiet semed to be a very friendly local pub keep up the good work
oystergirl - 10 Jun 2012 14:03

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