The Black Horse, Biggin Hill - pub details
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|Just had licence suspended for drugs, as part of 'operation condor' . Bearing in mind how slow the police and local authority are in responding to such matters, this is obviously not an isolated incident.|
See previous comment, regarding chavs and single mothers getting pi**ed in front of their kids, now add drug dealing - lovely!
It's a horrible place, avoid !
utd99 - 6 May 2013 20:19
|I have visited this pub regularly over the last few months as it is convenient to where I live. The beer is ok but not cheap. However, as for the ambience, think of the scene in 'American Werewolf in London' with Brian Glover in full flow in the pub on the Yorkshire moors. This is definitely a locals pub and a majority of the clientele seem to be related to the landlord or his extended family. The place also seems to be full of kids running around until late, some of them seem to be related to the Landlord and an open door policy where children are encouraged/allowed to remain exists. I once walked into to find someone changing a babies nappy on a table! Their notion of family friendly pub appears to be single mothers and latest getting p**sed , whilst little Damien and friends run amok. There is also a decent chav population inside sniffing around aforementioned single mothers. They also have moody sky Tv which keeps breaking down, so removing the only saving grace. AVOID|
utd99 - 6 Aug 2011 21:14
|Rudest bar staff ever. Despite the fact that it wasn't very busy the barman completely refused to acknowledge my presence at the bar and continued doing other things while I stood there holding money. Then, a regular came in and another guy (probably the landlord) went behind the bar to serve him, also ignoring me despite the fact that he'd seen me standing there for five minutes. At this point my wife and I walked out,|
Clearly this is a regulars pub which resents anyone else barging into their little club. Give it a wide berth.
BarrySW19 - 3 Jul 2011 22:11
|Definately an improvement from years gone by, but that wasn't too hard, as it's always been an utter dump! Decent pint of Young's, at a decent price, but the landlord has a particularly big mouth, and just doesn't shut up, which can put you off. |
enjoy_a_pint - 7 Mar 2009 17:30
|Visited Pub recently, had some half decent music on big screen, and served excellent Youngs bitter. Wish they had had Youngs Special.|
supaken - 25 Aug 2008 16:40
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