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The Pheasant, Northumberland Heath

NOTE: This pub closed a good while back and is now converted into private flats.

12 Aug 2017 11:53

The Wrong 'Un, Bexleyheath

The beer on offer here is good and well priced, but they can't get points for that as that's the chain's business decision and not their own. There's always a crowd of old, loud, men talking balls and it makes it hard to talk with anyone you go there with. It seems to have a few regular alcoholics and there always seems to be at least one person talking way, way too loudly.
Some folk bring their kids here so they can be ignored there rather than at home, and that makes drinking there even worse. The food is fine, microwaved to perfection, I would just say don't go there if you have a chocie but, if you do, get a booth and also take a fly swat with you as it constantly has little black flies buzzing in your face. It's also not fun having to walk through guffs of cigarette smoke to get into the place.
Pubs rarely annoy me, but this one succeeds admirably.
If you want to go to a Wetherspoons, go to the Furze. If you want to go to an actually decent pub, go to the Prince Albert or the Robin Hood and Little John.

5 Feb 2017 15:44

The Jolly Miller, Bexleyheath

I had often heard/thought this pub was an old man's clique of a place, I am happy to say I was mistaken.
The staff here were polite, attentive, and welcoming. The locals are friendly, polite, and chatty. While we were there some food was put out for everyone to dig into, we played some pool and stayed longer than we had originally intended.
Overall a very pleasant experience, good beer, good staff, good food, good TVs with sport that didn't drown out conversation, a great find :)

5 Feb 2017 15:34

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