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The Broken Drum, Blackfen

Made a return visit after two years - and this micropub is still one of my favourites of the genre. It's a subtle quality: despite being simply furnished, there is a very attractive ambience. I think the carpet prevents any tendency for the atmosphere to resemble a minicab office - an unfortunate feature of many micros. Dudda's Tun cider was in tip-top condition and served at precisely the right temperature by the cheerful guvnor. Thoroughly recommended.

16 Jul 2017 20:34

The Park Tavern, Eltham

This pub is a rare oasis in a rather unlovely quarter of London. Handsome carved Arts & Crafts-style furniture, vases of lilies on the bar, piped jazz turned low, and a range of handpumped ales in top condition - all come together to create a highly attractive ambience. Civilised customers, courteous bar-staff and an amiable landlady. Best pub for many miles. Thoroughly recommended.

16 Jul 2017 20:23

Ferry Inn, Stone-in-Oxney

We visited 14 pubs on a week's tour of Romney Marsh, and this pub was the best. Superb remote location with a riverside garden at the back and tables in the sun at the front. The old cottage-like interior is attractively decorated; it would be cosy around the inglenook fire in winter. A quiet and civilised atmosphere prevails; no music, just conversation. Good food and refreshing Goacher's Light branded as the house ale. Courteous staff. Highly recommended.

2 Jul 2017 10:07

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